Competing at both junior and senior level saw our director Tom represent Great Britain worldwide more than 20 times, as well as clinching the Junior World Championship title in 2010.
Having identified a gap in the market for gun storage and associated gun services, Tom persuaded his semi-retired father Gary to set up secure premises in Battersea.
Tom put his competitive career on hold to focus on building the business with his father.
The pair have created a highly successful business employing a small dedicated, hard-working team delivering the entire range of gun services for game shooters in the UK.
Tom is now back competing with his sights on reaching the pinnacle of the sport. He first began clay shooting at the age of 10 with his father Gary and he was 13 when he entered his first country championships. Although didn’t win, his path to competitive shooting was well and truly set.
Opting to focus on Olympic Trap or ‘trap’, the discipline is said to be the hardest due to the speed, acceleration and distance of the clays.
As a junior (up to the age of 21), Tom travelled all round the country competing and was 15 when he first represented Great Britain. Tom was 17 when he won his first medal representing Team GB at the 2007 Junior European Championships which was followed by the British Grand Prix Open. In 2010 he went onto win the World Championships and took the silver in the European Championships.
2012 saw Tom move into the senior category representing Team GB at the European Championships and the Worlds, winning the team silver medal in the both.
After missing out on his goal of London 2012, Tom took a break and focused on the business returning to competition in 2017.
Our extensive game shooting experience means you can ask us anything about the sport and our down-to-earth attitude makes doing business with us easy.
We talk with passion, knowledge and expertise with those who have been enjoying the sport for several years and we’re delighted to help novice shooters navigate gun ownership for the first time as well as visitors from abroad looking to take part in a traditional British pastime.