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Stuart Farr offers a scoop of advice to help businesses enjoy a ‘fab’ 2020. February! Looking ahead to the month, for many it’s a nondescript month spent preparing for future events to come. Its name is derived from the Latin

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Taking a closer look at GBSA nominated Browning

The second annual Great British Shooting Awards are just a few months away and we’re taking a look at one of the shortlisted products, the Browning B725 Pro Sport Adjustable Shortlisted in the Shotgun of the Year category, Browning’s B725

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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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Liverpool ignores ‘clear, sound evidence’ and condemns shooting sports

BASC has condemned Liverpool City Council’s decision to pass an anti-shooting motion as a gross misrepresentation of the shooting community. BASC put their case out in defence of the shooting community in an effort to change the minds of those

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Beretta World and Sp’Auto Return

GMK have announced the return of two shotgun championships in association with Benelli and Beretta and sponsored by the Great British Shooting Show. On 18 May the Benelli Sp’Auto Championships will be held at Atkin, Grant & Lang shooting ground

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