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Bredon Hill Shooting

PUBLISHED: 10:07 15 August 2013 | UPDATED: 15:27 20 May 2015

Bredon Hill

Bredon Hill

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Welcome to Bredon Hill Shooting Supplies. We are a friendly gun shop, country outfitters, and shooting business based near Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire, England.

The shop was set up in 1986, by father and son Michael and William Davis, as a way to continue their love of Shooting and Countryside sports.

 

We now have strong links with many top manufacturers and distributors in the area of field sports and lifestyle products, stocking many recognised top names in the industry. Our aim is to satisfy the needs of everyone wishing to enjoy the countryside from the serious game and Clay Shooters, to people who simply enjoy walking their dogs and other country pursuits.

 

Bredon Hill Shooting are also established Shooting Agents, able to organise top quality Shooting throughout the UK & Abroad, corporate and simulated clay shooting, and novice to advanced level shooting tuition.

 

Michael, Annie, William, and Tara offer friendly advice, and answer any questions about Bredon Hill Shooting you may have.

 

Welcome to Bredon Hill Shooting

Countrywear Stockists of quality clothing and footwear, including:-

RMWilliams,

Schoffel,

Magee,

Alan Paine,

Blundstone,

Deerhunter,

Bredon Hill

Tweed,

Laksen,

Orcabay,

Chrysalis and many more.

 

Magee Ladies Jackets.

And just in are the Beautifully made Magee Ladies Fitted Lily Jackets, in Blue Herringbone or Pink Herringbone with matching available pencil skirt.

http://www.bredonhillshooting.co.uk/

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