We sent our Review to NEC today there is loads of Air Rifles, Rifles and Shotguns to see along with other new technology on the market from night vision googles and camera glasses and new kit to help you in the hunting field,
Also if you like learning new skills there are Shows on to teach you about shooting and lots lot clubs BASC being one of them with some of there instructors on site to tell you about shooting and what BASC is all about which is a national Magazine and Club
There is also a Shooting Range at the show where you can pay to test out wide range of Air Rifle Manufactures
Night Vision Check out Night Fox at Zone A16 – heard about them from Click Magazine
AimCam Glasses at Zone B15 – heard about them from Click Magazine
Theses Glasses are the Worlds First Action Camera in Glasses for Shooting Purposes with Full 1080 HD
Eagle VisionCam at Zone A17 – heard about them from Click Magazine
This Stand is all about getting DSLR or your phone or compact Cameras clipped on to your Scopes so you can film what you see and have a wide range
H and N Sport A12 – heard about them from Click Magazine
Wide range from Target – Hunting pellets
Nuprol A18 – heard about them from Click Magazine Airsoft and Shooting Cases
50cal FIREARMS Club
The F.C.S.A (UK) originates from the large calibre association setup in late 1998 by the late Pete Bloom following a chance meeting at Bisley between the current FCSA Chairman and Pete one summer evening after a PR match at Bisley. Originally it was intended to be a small group of 50cal and .55cal shooters who wanted to formally compete against each other on paper targets.
This association was not a Home Office approved club, it was just a mechanism to allow competitive target shooting with large calibre rifles and open up access to suitable ranges.
Access to the Radnor range complex was obtained by Pete and a practice shoot arranged for August 1999, a good turn out led to the first UK Fifty Cal championships being held in October 1999, that same year a small contingent subsequently travelled to Sustenpaas in Switzerland to compete in a Swiss national 5ocal event.
Sadly Pete developed a terminal illness and access to Radnor diminished so other venues were sought, namely STANTA Thetford and Sennybridge. STANTA range access was curtailed and dependent on a club that did not specialise in large calibre events.
In 2001 the F.C.S.A was formed under the direction of its founding members, these being the current Chairman and previous Secretary (the secretary was a shared role between the Offas Dyke club and the FCSA), Offas Dyke already had bookings on field firing areas, so now there was nothing stopping the club moving forward. Since then the F.C.S.A has obtained the necessary range licenses, been granted Home Office approval in 2004 and NRA affiliation, which now means that for the first time in the history of UK large calibre target shooting there is a dedicated Home Office approved 50cal club ready and able to take in new members. We are vigorously fighting to promote the sport whenever and wherever possible.
Thirteen years in the running, an impeccable safety record and with over 400 members we are slowly becoming one of the largest rifle clubs in the UK.
Winchester Collection – Famous Cowboy style rifles
The Shooting Party
PAO® scopes –