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GTN sits down with Anglo Italian Arms

Colin Fallon visits Anglo Italian Arms – importer of Caesar Guerini, Fabarm and Clever – to witness the virtues of a company that gets the basics right Understatement is perhaps the keyword to Mike Mansfield’s approach. “There’s a few Guerinis

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About Us

Welcome to Gun Trade News Gun Trade News is the only B2B publication focused on the UK’s civilian shooting market, more commonly known as the gun trade, to the exclusion of all else. Written authoritatively, with a hard-edged, provocative style

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Trade in the millennial Balkan

Roger Williams explores the nations of the former Republic of Yugoslavia and spots new hope for trade in the region  The dissolution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia resulted in six internationally recognised independent states: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia,

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SPONSORED: The history of Lothar Walther gun barrels

Director of HPS Target Rifles, Matthew Wade, tells us about the technology and history behind Lothar Walther barrels

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Behind the scenes at Sportsman Gun Centre

Gun Trade News join Gary Lamburn at Sportsman Gun Centre, Exeter, for a behind the scenes experience at Britain’s largest firearms business. When Gary Lamburn purchased The Sportsman Gun Centre in 1993, the business was in transition. The deal for

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Shoestring shooting (part 2)

Clay shooting doesn’t have to be an expensive hobby. There are a range of budget cartridges and clay guns on the market that have the potential to be volume sellers, and in the second part of a two-part article, we’re

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Shoe string shooting (part 1)

Clay shooting doesn’t have to be an expensive hobby. There are a range of budget cartridges and clay guns on the market that have the potential to be volume sellers, and in the first part of a two-part article, we’re

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The Viennese faults

Diggory Hadoke explores the possibility of European auction houses usurping classic British sales. An interesting letter appeared on my desk recently. It was from a European auction house and it was asking for consignments from the UK. The auction house

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Stuart Farr’s ‘fly on the wall’ observations of goods and services

When it comes to trade deals, Stuart Farr says that sometimes it’s difficult to work out what the fuss is all about. Do we need them? If so, why? I confess the constant reference to them makes me wonder where

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Right Up Your Street

Shooting Sports UK The media talk of “Deal or No Deal”, “frictionless” this and that; “backstops” and “double-backstops” has been draining. I suppose it is to be expected. It’s a sign of the times and perhaps we could be more

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