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In 2010 the BBC, on their current affairs show, Big Questions addressed the subject of gun control. Graham Showell, at that time a campaigner for more freedoms over firearm ownership and founder of campaign organisation Britain Needs Guns, spoke in defence of his position.
Thanks to another member of the Firearms UK team who tipped me off about the Target Tokyo initiative looking for shooters for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, I was selected to attend the try out day on Saturday 8th November at the Lord Roberts Centre (HQ for the NSRA)...
Representing Firearms UK, I and Charles had the great pleasure of attending yesterday’s annual Shotgun and Chelsea Bun Club conference, held at the gorgeous Hilton hotel in Warwick.
Firearms UK are of the same view expressed by some other organisations in that Durham Constabulary and County Durham & Darlington LMC have exceeded their remit and that requirements under existing law only require a disclosure of medical conditions.
The Firearms UK led Unity campaign was launched on 20th March 2014. Although the focus of the campaign is on .22 pistol shooting it presents a further opportunity for the entire shooting community to unite and support each other, to support the sport as a whole, hence the name...
The first poster for our Unity campaign. Professionally printed A5 copies are available whilst stocks last, if you are interested in obtaining some to promote the campaign please send us an e-mail to email@example.com.
One of our supporters has kindly produced a video to help promote the Unity campaign petition.
Please help us spread the word about our great new free prize draw by sharing, RT'ing and pinning up our poster (where authorized to do so). Full details of how to enter can be found here, thank you.
As part of our campaign for the 2014 European Union elections; Here is the Body of Text which may form the basis of a submission to an MP. It may be copied and pasted, used as presented or edited for individual preference.
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