When we first started to go clay shooting, my brother and I would just do a gun hire there. We did not see the need to buy a gun when we were not even sure that this was something we would want to do more than once or twice. When we continued to go though, it just made sense to go to the gun shop in Bristol and look at different guns there. While we had no problem getting guns during our shoots, we knew that there would come a time when we would end up spending more just on the hire than if we had purchased a gun for each of us.
We were impressed with the gun shop because they have it all and do it all there. They have a very nice selection of guns to choose from, but they do a lot more than that. They also have gun fitting services along with alterations when needed. They have a gunsmith in house who will repair and do regular maintenance on a gun if the owner does not want to or cannot do that himself, or herself. They also have a lot of accessories, including clay cartridges and much more.
We were able to go on to their website and look at the selection of guns that they have. When I saw the Woodward, I knew that it was the one that I wanted. It is a 12 gauge shotgun with a 30 inch barrel, and it is not that heavy. It comes in at just under eight pounds, and it is just a beautiful gun. I knew that I wanted it, and my brother was able to find one that he wanted within minutes too. That actually adds to our shooting now, knowing that the guns belong to us!