Insurance...?

enfieldspares

Well-Known Member
SACS. When the scales finally fell from my eyes and I realised that I was paying a premium price at BASC for what? I had thought it was an organisation that that was pro-active in protecting shooters' rights. After the Richard Ali fiasco and the failure to stand up to the issue of medical reports demanded by Police Scotland, Lincolnshire Police and etc., etc., I realised I was mistaken. So I decided to go with SACS. An organisation that doesn't pretend to offer what its track record shows it has failed to deliver. And for two people at the same address SACS offers a much better deal.
 

enfieldspares

Well-Known Member
SACS. When the scales finally fell from my eyes and I realised that I was paying a premium price at BASC for what? I had thought it was an organisation that that was pro-active in protecting shooters' rights. After the Richard Ali fiasco and the failure to stand up to the issue of medical reports demanded by Police Scotland, Lincolnshire Police and etc., etc., I realised I was mistaken. So I decided to go with SACS. An organisation that doesn't pretend to offer what its track record shows it has failed to deliver. And for two people at the same address SACS offers a much better deal.
 

dlz90

Well-Known Member
BDS I suspect everyone will have their favourite they are most probably all good enough, you pay your money and make your choice, but the society are very deer proactive and I am happy with the cover they provide.

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Camelfarm

Active Member
Currently BASC but probably not going to renew with them and have been looking at SACS. I have noted on the SACS website page for insurance that they don't cover criminal activity (naturally) but that they also don't cover allegations of criminal activity. I have trawled the BASC pages and can't find any reference - but that may be me as the BASC pages are exhaustive and very long winded.

Does anyone know the BASC stance? I would have thought that representation when accused of a criminal act which you dispute or deny would be important in a policy - lots of malicious folk out there who don't understand what we do (or do understand and still have a problem with our choices). Any information would be welcome.
 

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