Up to £10 million of third-party liability cover
Cover your guns and equipment against loss and damage
Personal accident cover protects you on shoots
What does our Clay Pigeon Shooting Insurance Cover?
- What’s covered?
- Personal liability cover of up to £10 million
- Up to £50,000 worth of protection against damage, loss and theft of your equipment
- New for old cover as standard on all equipment up to 3-years-old
- Personal accident cover of up to £50,000 in case of injury on a shoot
- Protection whilst anywhere in Europe as standard
- Eight shooting disciplines covered
- Optional cover for gun dog vet fees
- What’s not covered?
- Pest control
- Professional shooters- those who earn more than 50% off their income through shooting activities
- Cover for shooting or damage to equipment outside of Europe
- Any illegal activity under local law (e.g bowhunting in the UK)
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Frequently asked questions
Q1. What activities are covered?
By taking out our policy, not only do you cover yourself for clay pigeon shooting but you are also protected whilst taking part in seven other activities.
The following shooting disciplines are covered under our Sports Shooting Insurance:
- Driven Shooting
- Rough Shooting
- Target Shooting
- Clay Pigeon Shooting
- Black Powder Shooting
Q2. What is included under the equipment cover benefit?
Any guns that are licensed and named under the Firearms Act can be covered by our shooting insurance policy.
We also offer cover for the following equipment:
- Any other accessories specifically designed and purchased for shooting
Your equipment is covered for loss or damage whilst on a shoot, and when securely stored on your or anyone else’s premises.
Q3. Does my policy include the animals I work with (e.g. Gun Dogs)?
Because our policy includes cover for other types of shooting, such as driven and rough shooting, we are able to offer the additional option of including protection for your gun dogs.
This add-on gives you up to £1,000 worth of protection for veterinary bills should a dog get injured whilst on a shoot.
Q4. How do I prove I’m covered?
Once you have purchased your Sports Shooting Insurance we will send you all your documents via email including your Policy Schedule to show you are fully covered.
If you have chosen to include Public Liability on your policy we will also provide you with a handy Cover Card which you can take with you on shoots to show others that you have suitable protection in place.
Q5. Who is eligible to take out this cover?
Anyone can take out a policy provided that they are compliant with the Fireams Licensing Law 2016 or any subsequent legislation, are not a professional (receiving more than 50% of your income through shooting) and are not undertaking any vermin or pest control in a professional manner.
Why choose us?
We make insurance easy. We pride ourselves on helping our customers get the right cover, quickly and easily at competitive prices.
Over the past 25 years we’ve covered thousands of people in their sports and leisure time. We’re delighted to be named Feefo Gold Trusted Merchants 2018, thanks to the reviews from our many happy customers.
Latest news and shooting tips
Why do you need clay pigeon shooting insurance?
It’s important to remember that when you are clay pigeon shooting you are in possession of a powerful and potentially dangerous firearm. Things can go wrong, so it’s important to cover yourself for third-party public liability in case you were unfortunate enough to injure someone else or damage their property.
It’s also probable that you will own your own gun. Insuring you firearm against damage, loss and theft saves you the worry of potentially being thousands of pounds out of pocket should anything happen to your gun.
Travelling overseas? Our Sports Shooting Insurance policy includes automatic cover in Europe, but if you want extra protection for things such as flight cancellations or emergency medical expenses should you get injured, take a look at our Sports Travel Insurance policy.
Any other questions?
Call us on 01494 484800 between 9:00am and 5:30pm
Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays).