Posts by Gunplan
From essential equipment to staying hidden, there are ways to make your deer stalking more successful. Check out our 7 deer stalking tips for beginners.
There’s been a lot of talk about climate change and its effects on the hunting season recently, but what do you think?
Gunplan took home the Highly Commended award at the 2019 Insurance Choice Awards, in the UK’s Best Specialist Insurance Provider category. The prestigious ceremony took place in London’s West End and the award was voted for entirely by our own customers, making the accolade even sweeter. John Woosey, our Managing Director, commented: “Gunplan is built… Read more →
From October 7th, new general shooting licences will come into effect in Wales. This means the existing laws for trapping and shooting pest birds (GL001, GL002, GL003 and GL004) will no longer be valid from that date. Here’s everything you need to know about the new licenses and how you can prepare yourself for the… Read more →
Training a dog or a puppy can be a laborious task, but it is even more complicated training a gun dog. Not only do you have to cover the usual commands of sit and stay, you have to perfect their ability to retrieve game on command. Fortunately, there are several techniques you can implement to… Read more →
The 2018 shooting season was largely disappointing, with low stock levels and cold weather having an impact. Experts are confident this year will have a more positive outcome, but it’s still difficult to predict exactly what will happen, and where’s best to shoot. That’s why we’ve created a guide to the best Glorious Twelfth shooting… Read more →
We won the award for Best Specialist Insurance Provider in 2017 and we’d like to take it home again this year! We’ll need your help to make that happen though. You can vote for us quickly and easily here, and each customer that votes will be entered into a £1,000 cash prize draw! (T&Cs apply)…. Read more →
On 25th April, a new legislation was introduced which revoked specific licenses for shooting certain species of crows, magpies, pigeons and other birds. With the old licenses now a thing of the past, here’s everything you need to know about the new general licenses and how they work. What licenses have been revoked? As of… Read more →
As of 25th April 2019, birds that are classed as “pests” such as woodpigeons, crows, rooks, magpies and jays can no longer be freely killed in England due to the revocation of three General Licenses. Here is everything you need to know about the law changes and how it might affect you. Why has this… Read more →
It’s important to get in as much archery training as possible before a tournament, regardless of how much free time you have. Even a short session can have a positive impact on your game in the long run. While archery training is important, it is easy to neglect a specific aspect of your game which… Read more →