British Shooting

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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Movers and shakers

We’re bringing you a round-up of the latest appointments for the shooting market Last month, new Prime Minister Boris Johnson has named Theresa Villiers as the new Environment Secretary, replacing Michael Gove in a DEFRA reshuffle.  Villiers is strongly pro-Brexit,

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The story of Sportsman Gun Centre

We pay a visit to probably the UK’s biggest shooting retailer to find out more about their growth and the brands they now distribute When Gary Lamburn purchased The Sportsman Gun Centre in 1993, the business was in transition. The

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Records tumble for British shooters

January was a huge success for Britain’s sport shooters, with no fewer than six shooters setting new British records across rifle, pistol and shotgun disciplines. Up and coming 10m air rifle shooter Victoria Walls, who set a British Juniors’ record

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Big funding boost for shooting

UK Sport and Sport England have put their collective might behind the shooting sports, backing them to the tune of £8.35m in the Olympic cycle up to Tokyo 2020.

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