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Old 09-26-2012, 07:47 PM   #1
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Hi guys im new to rimfire and was wondering what insurance to use as I used to shoot air rifles the BASA insurance covered it but will it cover FAC ?? If not what insurances can I use ?

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Old 09-26-2012, 08:39 PM   #2
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No idea what you are talking about?



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Similarly confused. Could this be a British thing?




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Similarly confused. Could this be a British thing?
It could and it is and air rifle insurance will not cover FAC. Apply for BASC membership its about the cheapest insurance in UK. British Association of Shooting and Conservation.
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Similarly confused. Could this be a British thing?
Someone tell the OP this is 'Merica!
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Haha sorry guys this is a British thing unfortunatly you need cover for everything not as easy as you boys have it off there !!

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Haha sorry guys this is a British thing unfortunatly you need cover for everything not as easy as you boys have it off there !!

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Haha sorry guys this is a British thing unfortunatly you need cover for everything not as easy as you boys have it off there !!

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Hi Mike, been on here a few years now am the only long term Brit member. Why not stop by the intro thread you will find they are a great bunch of guys here. All you need is a thick skin and a the ability to laugh at yourself.
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Here you go, British bears Ready for you to adopt.

http://www.zsl.org/shop/whipsnade-adoptions/adopt-a-european-brown-bear-from-whipsnade/
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Insurance in my dictionary--as it pertains to shooting--is putting another round into the guy you just shot in case he ain't dead.


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