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Auction news and big game issues

Diggory Hadoke explores auction trends and the public threats that can impact big game industries. Recently, Gavin Gardiner put up a significant collection of air rifles for sale by internet bidding, prior to his 1 May London auction at Sotheby’s

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‘Hidden gems’ are no longer so hidden, says Diggory Hadoke

‘Hidden gems’ are no longer as elusive as they once were and, as Diggory Hadoke explains, lots from the provincial auctions may be worth the gamble A surprising number of people seem to be buying guns unseen from provincial auctions

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The future looks bright!

Recent reader surveys have allowed Future Plc to gather comprehensive data of their field sports audiences for the first time. From Airgun Shooter to Sporting Rifle, all field sports titles in the Future portfolio have been fully integrated into the

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Roger Williams explores benefits of trade deal with Switzerland

Roger Williams explores Switzerland to discover how this unique nation can inspire benefits in the British trade. Watches, clocks and cheese, while part of the popular image of Switzerland, do not define this famously neutral country.   Land-locked, Switzerland has

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Roger Williams on the rise of online retail

We used to go shopping. It was a pastime in the UK and ranked highly compared with going out for a meal or walking the dog. Now, it is more of a chore than something enjoyed. Today, people shop online. It

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Shooting chic

Is practical shooting rogue or vogue? Caroline Roddis takes on the tabloids to find out. I recently attended a lecture by George Osborne on his editorship of the Evening Standard. You’d be entirely right to question why I didn’t have

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Roger Williams on possible trade partnerships with the Netherlands

Roger Williams explores the Netherlands for the possibility of finding a trade partner  I have kept a soft spot for the Netherlands since my first rugby tour there. Like us, the Dutch have a great love of sport and fair

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Taking the Brexcuit…

Stuart Farr opens the tin to examine the predicted changes set to occur after Brexit. He finds a selection of broken bits, but is there a crumb of comfort? The phrase “a week is a long time in politics” was

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Quality over quantity

Beneath another mediocre set of advertising results lies evidence of a reader base willing to spend money, finds Colin Fallon  We reach what T.S. Eliot dubbed the cruellest month, and as with previous years, it hasn’t exactly been kind to

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Roger Williams on possible trade relationships with France

Roger Williams dons his beret and pours a carafe of Pinot Noir to study the possibility of a reliable trade relationship with France France is not a place to establish a new business It is, however, an interesting place to

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