Celebrating the launch of our Highland Stalker Rifle

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John Rigby & Co recently hosted some international writers and Rigby dealers to celebrate the launch of our Highland Stalker rifle. The event commenced at the Rigby workshop in London so the guests could see the Highland Stalker being created on our very own benches. An overnight journey on the Highland Sleeper transferred the party early the next morning to Blair Atholl Station, Scottish Highlands to be collected by a fleet of Rigby Landrovers then taken to lodges at Atholl Estates, home to the Duke of Atholl (who owns a vintage .275 Rigby himself). The guests enjoyed some classic and traditional highland deer stalking using highland ponies to extract beasts from the hill. With a second group arriving midway through the week, Rigby hosted a total of 40 guests from start to finish. Of the 24 guests stalking, a total of 21 stags were taken for the week, of course all with the new Highland Stalker rifle. All of the venison will enter the human food chain and culling the stags formed part of the estates annual deer management plan. Together with two black tie dinners at Blair castle, a few late-night drams of Rigby’s 18-year-old single malt and some stunning scenery, this was a fitting and special way to celebrate the launch of the Highland Stalker rifle.
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By | 2017-10-02T15:12:34+00:00 October 2nd, 2017|British Shooting Show, Rifles, Shooting News UK|0 Comments

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