Each year the UK’s largest shooting show simply gets bigger. The 2020 show is set to break all records with a further 47 new manufactures exhibiting!
There’s still time to get tickets! Just go to https://shootingshow.co.uk/ to find out how!
The Great British Shooting Show is recognised and spoken about in the same vein as Shot Show in America and IWA in Germany and is the only event held in the UK of which you will see all the manufacturers with their impressive stands.
The British Shooting Show has grown into a truly international event and now covering halls 6, 7, 8 & 9 at the NEC, Birmingham. For all the game and practical shooters amongst you, meet the manufacturers and discuss your needs for 2020’s game season.
GMKs Beretta range and the very stylish Benellis have a superb following with the competition shooters amongst you along with the game shooters. These have been long term favourites, be sure to meet the staff at the show and discuss your next purchase.
RUAG’s new ranges of shotguns means an even larger stand is required for the 2020 show. Perazzi is a name synonymous with quality with the game shooting world and now with the addition of Derya to the RUAG stable visitors will get to see their new O/U as well as their range of semi-autos in three-shot and FAC rated multi-shot configurations.
If this is the year to get into practical shotgun shooting then Derya is definitely a brand that you will want to have a good look at and talk to the RUAG staff about. Yet again, Caesar Guerini push the boundaries with a new stand for this year’s show further pushing the stand build quality higher and higher.
Visit the Raytrade stand at the show and discuss your requirements. Don’t forget that Raytrade also have the full range of Remington semi-autos including the classic model 870 and the Versa Max Competition Tactical.
AYA and Rizzini for those of you that are looking for something different and wishing to treat yourself, visit the ASI stand and wet your appetite for the new game season ahead.
The Highland Outdoors stand for 2020 has really raised the bar, with their upstairs VIP lounge. The new look stand, promoting their enormous range of products, from their Webley and Scott over and under range to the Armsan semi-auto all proving to be very popular with the game shooter and wild fowlers.
Viking Arms have gone that extra mile with a completely new look of stand for this year’s show and will be exhibiting their ever popular Merkel Over and Under as well as their new Mossberg shotgun range including the UK/European launch of the brand new Mossberg 940 JM Pro semi-auto multi-shot. These two being a small taste of what will be on offer during the show.
E.J. Churchill again return with their superb selection of EJC’s O/U and classic side by sides for all the driven game shooters amongst you. Edgar Brothers, having missed 2019’s show, return with a very impressive stand for 2020 with a press release due shortly announcing an impressive range of products on display to the trade and public.
Make sure you don’t miss out and visit Edgar Brothers at the show. Blaser and Sauer for many years have launched new products at the show, will this be the case this year?
Both companies have a very supportive following and are always keen to discuss current models with the visitors during the show. See the full range of sporting and competition shotguns at the British Shooting Show 2020.
English Gun + Heritage headed by Bill Blacker, one of the UK’s leading barrel makers, and his team are always pleased to answer your questions about traditional Gunmaking skills. Watch some of the finest professionals in the business work at their benches.
All the above form a very small part of the Great British Shooting Show. This massive event covers all disciplines for the shooting fraternity. Shotguns, specialist rifles, clothing, fine art, food and drink, 4×4 vehicles, optics, cartridge & ammunition as well as reloading equipment and manufacturers. The list is endless!
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