British Association of Shooting and Conservation (BASC) 2015 gundraw with Boxall & Edmiston

The 2015 summer gun-draw from BASC is now underway giving you the opportunity to win a £30,000 bespoke Boxall & Edmiston.

This years draw follows the success of the 2012 draw which was organised to help promote the (relatively new at the time) Boxall & Edmiston and show the world we had a bespoke over and under on offer. The success of the previous draw was such that BASC and B&E were keen to collaborate again and this years prize demonstrates how far we have come thanks in no small way to the help of organisations such as BASC.

Now offering a range of guns including three side by sides (all 12 bore) and a range of over and unders available as both round or square sideplated in 12, 20, 16 and soon 28 bore. This rapid expansion of models is testament to the team at the Boxall & Edmiston factory in Shropshire who work tirelessly to build the company's range and reputation.

The £30,000 prize will give the lucky winner the opportunity to commission a 12 bore side by side or 12, 20, 16 or 28 bore over and under, entirely customised to your exacting requirements.

Click here to read more about the gun draw or enter on the BASC gun draw web page.

2015 sees many milestones in the Boxall & Edmiston journey. The 100th gun is soon to be delivered, an accomplishment that the team here are incredibly proud of. Many hours of their lives go into creating each gun and due to the bespoke nature of the products they are all memorable in different ways. Every gun sold has the first two years servicing included in its price, as well as a ten-year warranty, and when the guns come back into the factory after their first year in the field it is like welcoming home a relative or friend, with discussions about what they've been doing and how well travelled they have become. This personal approach and knowledge of our products is central to our philosophy on customer service and product development, everything we do contributes towards perfecting each gun, with the aim of improving our clients shooting through customisations.

For more information please click on the cover image below to read the magazine article.