Prestigious gunmaker Cogswell & Harrison will be displaying its range of bespoke guns at the CLA Game Fair, from 31 July to 2 August at Harewood House in Yorkshire.

The company, one of London’s oldest surviving gunmakers, was bought in 2008 by the Brennan family of Ardee Sports, and is now set to unveil its latest high-end shotguns at the Game Fair this year.

The display will include the Third Millennium bespoke side-by-side, a modern 12-bore made with the finest traditional techniques. The first gun made exclusively by Cogswell & Harrison this century, it retails at £54,800. Other bespoke side-by-sides are available from £13,500.

Cogswell and Harrison

Third Millennium shotgun

Cogswell & Harrison also produces a more affordable series of sporting firearms. The Windsor range is Italian made and comprises modern field over-and-under shotguns, starting from £1,295.

In addition to its quality shotguns, the company is relaunching the famous Certus rifle. This bolt action rifle is currently available in .223Rem, .243Win and .308Win, retailing at £699.00; other variations of the Certus are also currently in production.

You can take a look at these bespoke guns at the CLA Game Fair, at stand number T1512, or for more information see


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