Boxall & Edmiston celebrate their 100th gun!


The completion of the 100th gun is a momentous achievement for the small Shropshire based team as many hundreds of man hours and machine time go into the crafting of each model.

The milestone has been celebrated in a number of ways. On the 20th August, colleagues from the British gun trade joined the Boxall & Edmiston team at the workshop in Shropshire for a tour. The group then enjoyed a day's simulated game shooting provided by Shropshire simulated game and hosted at the stunning Leighton shooting Estate.

The 100th gun to be crafted is a sideplated, 20 bore with 32" barrels, Teague multi-chokes, an exhibition stock, leather covered pad, gold oval and full-scroll engraving. The gun is a stunning example of the artistry produced at the Boxall & Edmiston workshop and it is with great pride that the team of craftsmen, both internally and around Britain, have reached this milestone.


Peter Boxall, proprietor and managing director at Boxall & Edmiston said, "producing 100 guns has always been seen as a pivotal point in our companies history, not only can we now look to the future with absolute confidence that our design, production methods and production route is sound, we can look back and thank all of those who made this possible, the craftsmen, our clients and everyone involved to make James and my dream a reality."

James Edmiston, proprietor and managing director said, "I'm incredibly proud of the entire team for producing not only this gun, but each gun we have delivered. When Peter and I started Boxall & Edmiston in 2009 we wanted to make top quality shotguns, competing with the best in the world, an aim I feel we are now achieving every time. My thanks goes to the hard work of our staff and all those who have supported us, may this be the first of many milestones."


The Boxall & Edmiston team are proud to say that we are achieving our company's aim and we believe we are now well on our way to;

"Preserving the art of British gunmaking"