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See more than 600 retail outlets in just two days

October 12-13th, 2014 • Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire CV8 2LZ

The UK’s ONLY shooting and fishing trade show

• Attended by the top retailers in the fishing, shooting and country-clothing sectors
• Showcase your brand and products to the industry’s main players
• Book early for maximum coverage – in Tackle & Guns magazine and on the show website
• Inclusion in the official show guide – distributed at the show and in October’s Tackle & Guns magazine
• International agents and buyers targeted through sister titles – Tackle Trade World and Gun Trade World
• Book your space early to maximise your presence at the show

Exhibiting info – no hidden extras!

Space Only:
Includes carpet, electricity and daily cleaning
Just £119 + VAT per sq m

Space & shell scheme:
As space only, plus framework, wall panels, lighting and stand name board
Just £149 + VAT per sq m

PLUS! FREE Wi-Fi available to exhibitors AND visitors – perfect for exclusive ‘show-only’ offers and promotions

For exhibiting enquiries contact: Sean O’Driscoll  
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HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED AT THE 2013 SHOW...              
Shooting Trade Show

A special area was set aside to produce a show within the T&G Trade Show, featuring many gun-trade exhibitors, countless visiting shooting retailers, a pavilion for the prestigious British Gun Trade Association (GTA), expanded shooting ranges and much, much more.

Airsoft Range

The chance to try out the latest in airsoft developments.
Casting Pool

Before ordering, you could try out game rods, lines and reels in the popular casting pool.
Lure Tank

The chance to see how fishing lures work and watch the actions at first hand, courtesy of this special feature run by Top Water Lures.

Airgun Ranges

Customers could have a go with the latest airguns from all the leading brands.
Night-Vision Range

The dark tunnel is always popular, and this was the place to go if you wanted to find out how night-vision technology can make more money for your business.
Archery Ranges

This was where to try out the latest archery offerings from top manufacturers.
Full Length Pole Displays

All the 2014 models at full length!   



News from 2013 show

Strong orders for new product ensured that the Tackle & Guns Trade Show 2013 remained buoyant, with exhibitors reporting good business.

With 1,738 visitors over two days in October, that equates to 607 individual retail outlets attending. Of these, 425 sold fishing tackle and 344 sold shooting equipment (there was a certain amount of crossover with some selling in both sectors, hence the figures not tallying).

All the signs were that those who did turn out were keen to see new gear, make new contacts and place some orders.

The Shooting Trade Show – encapsulated within the main event – was a big success once again.

Alongside regular giant names such as John Rothery Wholesale, Air Arms, Range Right, Sportsmarketing, Thomas Jacks, Deben and Seeland were some strong newcomers or returners.

Highland Outdoors brought its own stand and a separate one for Ridgeline clothing, Daystate unveiled its latest Wolverine airgun and hosted Marocchi guns and Idleback chairs too, while Baleno and Chiruca were welcome overseas exhibitors, showing off technical clothing and footwear respectively.

The airgun, night-vision, airsoft and Petron’s archery range all gave visitors the chance to try out the latest kit before ordering.
On the tackle side, major names such as Shimano/Normark, Pure Fishing, Hardy & Greys, Nash, Fox, Daiwa, Preston Innovations and Fladen were joined by Frenzee, Bluezone showcasing Sasame and Artico gear, Ashima UK and GoPro cameras, among others. Bait was a key factor in the event once more – Marukyu, Old Ghost, Dynamite Baits, Crafty Catcher, Pallatrax, Sonubaits and
more had plenty to tempt dealers.

Meanwhile, lure fishing seems to have really taken off in the last 12 months or so. One whole section showcased major brands offered through the likes of Top Water Lures, Lure Heaven UK, Tronix and Ecogear.

Many of the stands found themselves very busy and thoroughly enjoyed the experience, once more.

Nick Marlow, at Japanese bait expert Marukyu UK, said:
“Once again it was a fantastically professional event and you
delivered a very high calibre of customer.
“People had commented that numbers were down but I did not notice that myself.”

Tony Belas, boss of airgun maker Daysate, revealed:
“We had a great show and the amount of forethought that went into the show and the gala night was not lost on us. Can I take this opportunity to book for next year?”

Liza Lavender at BSA Guns, returning after a short break, commented:
“We felt it was beneficial for us to exhibit this year. Both in relationship building with our dealer network and from the business generated, we consider it to have been a successful show.”

Lee Morris at IPC Media added:
“For us the show delivered on ‘quality not quantity’ once again and looking through order books this morning that certainly seems to be the case.”

While Jenny Jupp, sales office manager for John Rothery Wholesale, said:
“We had a very good show – the best ever.”

And Range Right boss Gill Peters said:
“Another good year. Less visitors but what I heard a lot was that ‘the quality and variety’ of the retailers were still there. They came, did the deal and went. Which suited us down to the ground!”

And visitors enjoyed the event, too, typified by Alan and Jay Tyler, from Alan’s Air Rifles in Rotherham, who remarked:
"Thanks to DHP for organising both the T&G Trade Show and gala dinner. We had a great time at the dinner, made new friends in the gun trade and picked up some great deals at the show on Monday.”