Clay Pigeon Insurance
Specialist clay pigeon insurance
Whether you’re an experienced clay pigeon shooter or it’s an opportunity for you to learn a new skill, the feeling when you pull the trigger and watch the clay target shatter into pieces is exhilarating. Although people who take part in clay pigeon shooting do take their own safety and that of others extremely seriously, the risk involved in a sport that requires skill, hand-eye co-ordination and a shotgun can’t be ignored.
Specialist Clay Pigeon insurance can protect you and your equipment should you want to make a claim or if someone were to claim against you for injury or damaged property. Plus, if you go to a club or to a shooting ground, most shoots will require you to provide proof of insurance before you’re allowed to participate.
Why should you choose Specialist Clay Pigeon insurance if you have home insurance?
Choosing specialist clay pigeon insurance is a better option than relying on your home insurance because it covers you both inside and outside of your home. Home insurance might not cover you for incidents that occur outside your home, such as damage to equipment at the shooting club or equipment stolen on the way to or from the ground.
Instead of adding the additional cover onto your household insurance, clay pigeon insurance allows you to tailor the cover to you, so you don’t overpay for the things you don’t need!
What does clay pigeon insurance cover?
- Public Liability cover
Public Liability insurance provides up to £10 million of cover if you cause an injury to someone else or damage someone’s property during your shoot
- Personal accident insurance
Personal Accident cover for up to £50,000 can help cover the costs if something were to happen to you on a shoot, such as death, loss of limbs, loss of hearing, loss of sight, permanent total disablement or you require dental treatment
- Shooting equipment cover
Up to £50,000 cover for theft and accidental damage of shooting equipment and up to £12,000 for a single item. You can also replace your equipment on a New-for-Old basis if the item is less than three years old, providing it was bought new and you have proof of ownership. Shooting equipment that is over three years old will be replaced on the market value at the time of damage or loss
What's not covered
- Liability to any of your employees
- Any wilful, malicious or unlawful act
- Any loss, theft or damage to shooting equipment which is hired, loaned or entrusted to you
- Worldwide cover
Cover for a maximum of 90 days of the year
- Excess Waiver
With this option, you will not need to pay any excess charges on any equipment or dental claims
- Legal protection
Legal advice of up to £100,000 to help you continue participating in the sport you love