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Mat Manning talks the changing landscape of shooting events

Mat Manning catches up with industry stalwarts to see what airgun exhibitors make of the shifting show scene. Shooting shows and events are changing and many businesses are switching from outdoor fairs to indoor exhibition halls. Game fairs, shooting shows

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The British Shooting Show has agreed a deal to host their new show at Event City in Manchester until 2022

Under the new name of the British Shooting and Countryman Show, the events will debut on 19-20 September 2020, with future dates set for 18-19 September 2021 and 17-18 September 2022. The announcement comes in the wake of the cancellation of the

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British Shooting Show: Plans for show in North ‘far from over’

Despite the cancellation of The British Shooting Show Liverpool, show bosses are optimistic about the future. Plans to launch the British Shooting Show Liverpool next year sadly came to an end recently when the Lord Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson

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BASC to challenge ‘misinformed’ anti-shooting motion at public council hearing

In the latest development of BSS Liverpool’s cancellation, BASC has accepted an invitation from the Mayor of Liverpool to address the full City Council and speak against an anti-shooting motion.  The motion, which is due to be debated and voted

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BREAKING: BASC condemns Liverpool’s “woeful” rejection of BSS event

Liverpool City Council’s public attack on shooting, which led to the Liverpool Exhibition Centre terminating its contract for a British Shooting Show event in September 2020, has been labelled “woeful”, “unfair” and “misinformed” by BASC, the UK’s largest shooting association. BASC

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EXCLUSIVE: British Shooting Show Launch Liverpool 2020

As The British Shooting Show starts gearing up for their annual global event held in Birmingham, they are also launching their second show, set for Liverpool. The British Shooting Show is now entering its 12th year and along with IWA

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Great British Shooting Awards: Shortlists revealed, Voting open NOW!

The shortlists are out for the second Great British Shooting Awards, and voting is now open. The awards have grown this year, and now span 15 categories, with the shooting public able to vote in 14 of them. As with

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Gear up for action

Military 1st marketing manager Lukas Duszynski talks to Ollie Harvey about the growth of online retail in the past ten years As more business is conducted online – in an ever-evolving retail world – companies such as Amazon and eBay are

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GBSA shortlists set for October announcement

Future Field Sports, in Association with The Great British Shooting Show, have announced the second annual Great British Shooting Awards. Nominations for the 2020 shortlists closed on 31 August and will now be verified by the panel of industry experts;

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The GTN Interview: John Allison of the British Shooting Show

Ollie Harvey meets John Allison as he lays the foundations for future success with the British Shooting Show. Many of us are familiar with the fable of the foolish man who built his house on the sand. The biblical tale

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