R&B Sporting – Open Day – Sunday 3rd June 2018

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Following the success of last year’s Open Day we are holding another day of clay smashing, demo guns, top advice and great fun….


Sunday 3rd June
South Worcester Shooting Ground    WR8 0AX

10am – 3pm (last shot 2pm)

Entry to the Open Day is free, however charges apply when taking part in the weekend SWSG Clay Shoot.

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The Open Day is the ideal opportunity to try out a range of quality shotguns under the expert guidance of the R&B team, plus the chance to win fantastic prizes on the day!

The Have-a-go Compak layout at South Worcester is perfect for trialling one of the many demo guns on offer, plus you will have the opportunity to speak directly to representatives from gun suppliers which will include Beretta, Browning and Caesar Guerini.

Also on show is the extensive stock available at the R&B shop including New and Used Beretta, Browning, Miroku, Caesar Guerini, Lincoln, Blaser and B Rizzini Shotguns.

Together with the R&B and supplier stands, BASC will also be in attendance.

The normal weekend clay shoot (64 bird Sporting layout over 10 stands) at South Worcester Shooting Ground will run alongside the Open Day (charges apply).

Food and refreshments will be available on site.

Venue address is: South Worcester Shooting Ground, The Hook Common, Hanley Castle, Worcs, WR8 0AX
More venue information is available at http://www.southworcestershootingground.co.uk/

For more information on R&B Sporting Ltd please call 01989 763859.

See you in June!!RBSporting OPEN DAY

2 Responses

  1. Lawrence Wyton
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    For the attention of Rob.

    In respect of the forthcoming open day in June, I was wondering if you would likely have any Miroku o/u shotguns on view, and equally for possible demonstration. I am interested in the MK70 Sporter model primarily for clayshooting. Appreciate there are a number of grades/models but my primary interest at this time is to get a feel of an MK70 ideally with 30 inch barrels. In so much I have been shooting with a 28 inch o/u 12 bore since the mid eighties, and would value a bit of advice on the day, and ideally if possible a shot or two would be ideal.
    Regards L. Wyton

    • RBSporting
      | Reply

      Hi Lawrence – thank you for commenting on the latest R&B Open Day news…I have replied to you via email. Hope to see you on 3rd June!

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