The event, now in its fifth year, aims to showcase the best in shooting and hunting equipment and boasts more than 150 exhibitors including Raytrade, GMK, Blaser, Sauer, Mauser, Daystate, Brocock, MTC, Nightmaster and Swillington Shooting Supplies. There are indoor stands as well as game fair exhibits outdoors, with a variety of food and crafts on offer.
Have-a-go activities include an airgun range, archery, a shooting simulator, a .22 range and an optics area with views up to a mile from the grandstand. There’s also a 40 bird clay competition with a cash prize for each day’s high gun, and a Yildiz shotgun to be won by the top under-16 who shoots both days.
On the Friday evening before the show there’s a Night Master night vision and thermal imaging demo evening, with the first 20 people to attend the demo receiving free entry to the show.
Tickets cost from £9 pre-booked, or £12 on the day, and under 16s get in free.