BASC staff swap hunting techniques with the Maasai

A group of Maasai came to Marford Mill, BASC’s North Wales headquarters, and taught the staff there dancing skills, how to throw sticks at small game, and the perils of freezing meat. From BASC, they learned airgun shooting. It turns out that ordinary British shooters have lots in common with a tribe that considers killing a lion to be a kind of A-level. 

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