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Saved By The Bell

Following a turbulent spell for BASC, stability looks to have been restored. Gun Trade News met the new CEO, Ian Bell, who now leads the association forward… Nestled in the shadows of a scaffolded Big Ben, the cinnamon club restaurant

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The Smell Of Success

With tensions for auction supremacy building between the US and UK, the latest rounds showed the state of the bidding arms race. Diggory Hadoke unearthed more… THE EARLY YEAR SHOWS IN THE USA SAW BRITISH AUCTIONEERS BACKING OFF in the

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Beesley bought

London Gun Services has completed the acquisition of the long-standing Amersham-based retailer Frederick Beesley.

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Position Available

The position of Digital Campaign Co-ordinator at the Countryside Alliance based in London has become available, within the company’s Political, Media and Campaigns (PMC) team.

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Future proof

Prestigious gunmaker Holland and Holland was founded way back in 1835, but as Helena Douglas finds, it’s more than willing to move with the times. As gunroom manager at Holland and Holland’s flagship London premises on Bruton Street, Andrew Ambrose

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Don’t bank on it

The Gun Trade Association (GTA) is looking into claims that high street banks are refusing to work with legitimate gun dealers. HSBC termed London gun dealer Archie Bell a “financial risk”, overlooking his good credit rating. Mr Bell was informed by staff that his business

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