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A Scottish Affair

I love a good party all for a good cause and The Carnell Cup was certainly that. Held at the breathtakingly beautiful Carnell Estate in Ayrshire, The Carnell Cup is a competitive simulated shoot that takes place on the estate with lunch in a marquee. The proceeds of the shoot and the auction were to […]

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Fifty Shades Of Tweed

Here at Zambuni we are, of course, advocates of all things tweed. We were thrilled to know that our passion was shared when a Zambuni girl’s father forwarded her this poem that he had written as a “Valentines Ode” for his wife. It may not quite be Shakespearean in quality it certainly puts EL James to shame. […]

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Spotlight on Ivana Nohel

One of the most beautiful things about beautiful things is that they bring unexpected joy with just a glance. A warm glow that, with every look, permeates through the mundane. Fabulous design and craftsmanship, with a pinch of whimsy, quite simply evoke feelings of elation. A long-time friend of Zambuni, Ivana Nohel is a London […]

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The future of shooting: A Q&A with David Florent founder of The Schools Challenge, and Manager and Instructor at The Oxford Gun Company

On December 12th The Schools Challenge celebrated a decade of supporting young shots across the nation, and made history by giving away a car as first prize to the very talented 16 year old Tom Scott, a prize value that has never been matched before. It was a great celebration of the sport, and a […]

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Glorious Grouse: Top Tips for the Season

Today the crackle of shotguns has been echoing in the ears of eager game shots across the UK as the Grouse season opens once again. Glorious Twelfth is possibly the most anticipated day of the year in the shooting community, ringing in the start of the season. To celebrate, we give you twelve top tips for the Grouse […]

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Demand for game to benefit whole supply chain

Game is going mainstream in the UK, with sales set to soar further, says one of the country sports’ leading public figures. And, says renowned shot and stalker Claire Zambuni, rising demand could drive improved margins for the whole supply chain, benefitting the rural economy as a whole. The BASC Council member and regular magazine […]

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