Competition: Win A Shotgun
Published Wednesday 1 February 2017 13:25 by Craig Davies
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British Shooting is offering you the chance to win a £3500 shotgun and support our GB athletes of the future.

Our first appearance at the British Shooting Show 2017 is fast approaching and to celebrate, we are offering you the chance to win.

The truly unique prize is a Caesar Guerini Invictus 1 Shotgun, kindly donated by Anglo Italian Arms UK and Caesar Guerini. Athletes who shoot this make and model are our very own Jez Bird, James Sole and Matt Panter. 

Entry to the draw is just £10 and available to all of those visiting our stand at the British Shooting Show on 10th, 11th and 12th February in Warwickshire. 

Our National Governing Body will be there to offer insight, advice and guidance to anyone looking to make the step into the world of Olympic target shooting. 

Now in its ninth successful year, the British Shooting Show is regarded by many as the unmissable event on the shooting calendar.   

If you are unable to attend, we have also made it really easy to take part in the prize draw online. CLICK HERE TO ENTER ONLINE.

Competition closes at 11:30pm on Monday 1st May 2017.

The competition proceeds will go towards supporting our GBR athletes of the future. If you would like to make an additional donation to help support of GBR athletes, you can also do this here. We welcome your support.

For more information about the make/model of the prize, click here.

The winner will be contacted by phone and/or email address provided following the competition closure.

If an entrant is under the age of eighteen (18) at the time of entry, their entry to the competition will only be accepted if a named person over the age of eighteen (18) years holding a current UK Shotgun Certificate is provided with the competition entry, whom the prize can be released to.

Please click here to view the full terms and conditions.
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