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Ladies in the field 2017 – The LightGun from Wardfield Sporting Goods

LightGunThe LightGun from  Wardfield Sporting Goods – £239

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Simon Ward, founder and owner of Wardfield Sporting Goods, has design and created an innovative and unique product called the LightGun. The LightGun is a holster designed for safety, it holds your shotgun in its default resting position; broken with the barrel pointing downwards. Webbing carefully distributes the weight across your shoulder, easing the burden on backs and arms.

As the LightGun presents a natural-feeling resting place for a shotgun, there is less risk of shotguns being inappropriately slung over shoulders or left on the ground. There is no substitute for adequate safety tests, training and precautions ahead of any shoot, but LightGun can help mitigate the potential risks of inexperience and mistakes.

We sourced the finest UK designers and craftsmen and set them a challenge: the ceaseless search for perfection in shooting safety and comfort. Made from the finest natural materials, hand crafted and finished in the UK, the LightGun complements even the most formal dress codes.

The average shotgun weighs around 8lbs. This can become an inconvenience when trying to enjoy a day's shooting. We believed that if we could lighten the load of carrying your shotgun, we could heighten the enjoyment of every shoot. 

Shoot with LightGun and you shoot in greater safety, greater comfort, and with better results.


For more information about National Ladies' Shooting Day, visit shotgunandchelseabunclub.co.uk



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