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5 reasons to find Fieldsports at The Game Fair

the game fairFrom whisky, gin and cigar tasting masterclasses to our best-ever subscription offer... we nominate five reasons why you need to visit the Fieldsports Stand at this year's Game Fair at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire, on July 27–29.

ear defenders1. Take home a pair of Howard Leight Impact Sport electronic ear defenders when you buy a year’s subscription to Fieldsports.

wine tasting2. Relax in our exclusive hospitality area for Fieldsports readers, hosted by sommelier, cigar specialist and drinks judge of 12 years, Tobias Gorn.

gin tasting3. Enjoy wine, gin and whisky tasting masterclasses over the course of the three days with leading brands including Berry Bros. & Rudd and Copper Rivet Distillery.

hospitality4. Take advantage of cigar masterclasses with Davidoff Cigars on Friday and Saturday.

5. Meet the team behind the brand, swap feature ideas, give us your feedback, and talk all things shooting, fishing and hunting.

Keep track of our Game Fair activity on Facebook (www.facebook.com/fieldsports), and Instagram (@fieldsportsmagazine).

 

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Shooting the headmaster's hat

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Gundogs

The heelwork masterclass

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Gundogs: the seven sins

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