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Boxall and Edmiston create critically acclaimed British shotguns. Building on the experience of the company’s owners the range of products is expanding annually with five models now available.

The Sideplated Boxlock was released several years ago and is a favourite for clients old and new. The Sideplated Boxlock’s protégé is a scalloped back version which has proved so popular the scroll has been incorporated into the over and under. The true Sidelock completes the current range of side by sides with numerous models in development for launch over the coming years.

The over and under was released in 2012 and has been widely praised by the public and media. The OU is entirely manufactured in the UK, a rarity for a range starting at £14,800 and a first for the British gun trade. Each OU has a number of client selected bespoke features incorporated into every shotgun including barrel length, chokes and action shape with additional options on the superior grades. The square sideplated over and under was launched in 2013 and has equaled, if not beaten, the success of the round action over and under.

The range of over and under’s has been extended with the 20 bore round action, first seen in the white at the CLA 2013, with the square sideplated version being showcased in 2014. 28 and 16 bores are also planned for the coming years as their mechanism is a scaled version of the 20 bore, a gun that has been developed over the past three years.

Quality is paramount and by coupling the latest production methods with some of the UK’s finest craftsman something truly unique has been created.

Extensive investment in the most accurate machine-tools allow Boxall and Edmiston to manufacture every component of a best gun ensuring absolute quality in both materials and machining. The uncompromising quality of the machines is further enhanced by the use of cutting edge computer aided design software giving Boxall and Edmiston a competitive edge.

Boxall and Edmiston believe in the art of British gunmaking and will continue to preserve the craft and craftsman for generations to come.