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Old 17th February 2010, 12:13 PM
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Originally Posted by villiers View Post
So each club should have a certificate of insurance or a copy on display in the club and the act of signing in at a club will give you cover, is that correct.
Yes, each club you visit should be able to tell you they are insured.

Basically if they say they're insured under the BFTA scheme, you now know that has ended (or will do on the 28th Feb 2010).

It's a kick up the backside for those clubs that used to take BFTA insurance, and don't seem to have taken NSRA insurance and haven't told the BFTA what insurance they have taken, if any... As I know Lyndeen takes great pains to chase all the clubs out there, and sends out documents via recorded delivery, and then doesn't get any info back, with those communication channels not working, it seems her advice of getting the shooter to check the club they attend is insured is the only method.
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