BASC has submitted supplemental evidence on the current system of gun security to the Home Affairs Committee?s inquiry into firearms control. The inquiry, set up in the light of recent shootings in Cumbria and Northumberland, held its final session last month.
A spokesman for the association said: ?Our representatives listened carefully to what was said and extracted themes and issues to elaborate on in order to assist the committee. These form the basis of the supplemental evidence.?
The rest of this article appears in 15th December issue of Shooting Times.
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