Sportsman Gun Centre: Taking Smith & Wesson to The Great British Shooting Show 2019

The Sportsman Gun Centre is proud to be the sole distributor of Smith & Wesson products for the UK. Landing at the SGC in July 2018, it was seen as a huge step forward for the UK gun industry and a move which will see the range and availability of Smith & Wesson products in the UK dramatically increase.

Smith & Wesson is one of the oldest and most recognised names in the shooting industry and have excelled at firearm production since 1852. Renowned worldwide for their pistols, the company took the decision in 2006 to move into the rifle market with the M&P15. The M&P15 is a very popular sporting rifle with a tactical design and in 2009 Smith & Wesson made it available in the popular .22lr calibre. Named the M&P15-22, the rifle is an exciting prospect for target shooters

M&P15 Rifles are the ideal modern sporting rifle. Built to perform multiple uses under various conditions, M&P15 Rifles are as versatile as they are reliable. Engineered for a wide variety of recreational, sport shooting and professional applications, M&P15 Rifles are easy to accessorize, but hard to put down. M&P15 Rifles are lightweight and rugged embodying the best combination of function and form.

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M&P®15 Rifle
The M&P15 rifle, a modern sporting rifle, was introduced. It is the first in the highly successful M&P® Rifle Series.

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M&P®15 -22 Rifle
Introduced in 2009, the M&P15-22 rifle offers the fit and feel of the popular M&P15 rifle, while chambered in the more economical .22LR calibre. In 2010, the ground-breaking rifle received the “Rifle of the Year” award from the Shooting Industry Academy of Excellence.

You can see the Smith & Wesson M&P15-22 range on the Sportsman Gun Centre Website.

The Sportsman Gun Centre will also have Smith & Wesson products on display at the The Great British Shooting Show 2019 at the Birmingham NEC, 15-17 February 2019. You can see them on stand E15.

By |2019-01-18T16:35:46+00:00January 18th, 2019|British Shooting Show, Rifles, Shooting News UK|0 Comments

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