Very efficient moderator with over barrel design. contact Open Season , Nenagh on 067 31774
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1 owner, unused, as new. all original paperwork, manual etc included. Mini bottle of Beretta contact Open Season, Nenagh, Phone 067 31774
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CZ .17 HMR in new condition with Wildcat moderator for sale Contact Open Season on 067 31774
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Fabarm Sporter in very good condition with 30″ barrels. Open Season , Nenagh is selling on behalf of customer. Phone 067 31774.
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Southern Gun Company Custom .223 Rifle This .223 speed-master rifle was custom built in the UK by a the Southern Gun Company for our client […]
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With extensive experience in the manufacture of spring rifles, Cometa launches its new, feature laden, ORION air rifle for maximum performance. The Cometa PCP ORION […]
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Tikka 17 Open Season is selling on behalf of a customer. Call us on 067 31774
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- new Ruger 10/22 in Stainless synthetic a modern design classic ! Highly successful and popular rifle .
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The new CZ 527 “mini Mauser” action is now available at Open Season in Nenagh.
The new .223 is available in black synthetic and a factory threaded barrel for a sound moderator is standard. The rifle is very compact and lightweight. It features a detachable 4 round magazine, weights about 6.3 pounds and has a total length of 40″.
Contact Open Season on 067 31774
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The National Parks and Wildlife Service are to hire a specialist ranger to protect the curlew in bogland areas. It is suggested that gun clubs will play an important role in tackling foxes and magpies.
It is estimated there are only 150 breeding pairs left in Ireland at present. (Source : Farming Independent 11/04/17)
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Subsonic .22 Eley Ammo has been in short supply over the last months but is now available again. Contact Open Season on 067 31774.
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For the 2017 season all CZ rifles available on the Irish market are for sale at Open Season in Nenagh.
One stand out model will prove to be the new synthetic CZ .223 model 527, a very compact, sleek and balanced rifle already getting a lot of attention from target and fox controllers.
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Before you purchase your first gun there is a few things you need to know about buying a gun in Ireland.
- Your going to need a licence for the firearm of your choice. A licence is required for all firearms including Air Rifles.
- All firearm owners will need a safe place to store their gun. Current regulation says a single shotgun may be kept dismantled in its component pieces with a trigger lock. However any other firearm that is not a shotgun must be stored in a gun cabinet. Where an owner has more than one firearm a gun cabinet is also required. See FIREARMS (SECURE ACCOMMODATION) REGULATIONS 2009 for further details.
- When applying for your firearm’s licence you will need to complete a Firearms Safety Course, the course provider will issue you a certificate to provide to An Garda Síochána.
How do I apply for a licence?
- Get the application form FCA1 .
- To complete the form you will need the following:
- Firearm serial number, make, model, calibre.
- Pulse ID of the gun dealer or contact details of the last owner and their certificate number.
- Two passport photos.
- Your GP’s contact details.
- Two character references .eg anyone who knows you, not necessarily a guard or teacher.
- A trigger lock or gun cabinet.
- Permission of a landowner to shoot on their land OR be a member of a shooting or gun club.
- First time applicants must complete a safety course.
Completing a Firearms Safety course.
You have to complete a firearms safety course before you are issued a licence for your first firearm. When completed it has to be submitted with your application form to An Garda Síochána. A Firearms Safety course can be done with us, if you would like arrange completing one please click the link below.
Firearms Safety Course
The above list is aimed at providing general assistance but may not be considered exhaustive.
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IGT would like to pass on our congratulations to the Irish Army Ranger Wing who have won United States Sniper Competition in Fort Bennington, Georgia. They have won both the international category and overall category !
They competed against 36 other teams from the States and around the world including the US Rangers, marines and FBI !
Congratulations all round !
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IGT is delighted to break the news that Eley in the UK are placing Alphamax 36gram 4/5/6/7 on a promotion for the Irish market for the coming season.
The ammunition will be available at a special price of €10 per box of 25.This represents incredible value especially in the current environment with a weak Euro.
Our advice is to stock up as we feel that like all good things it won’t last forever!
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About eight months ago one of the most taken for granted firearms on the market became unavailable in Ireland. The humble Baikal shotgun from Russia could not be purchased due to the conflict in Ukraine (the Baikal is made in Russia). Thankfully the guns will shortly be available again here in Ireland.
This is the first time I remember such a situation occurring. The shortage of the budget gun caused a conundrum as there is little else available on the world market to rival the Baikal in terms of quality, reliability and durability at a comparable price. The brands only weakness is in the woodwork which is a softwood and cannot take too much abuse and can crack, but at the price the guns sell at, something has to give ! This is a minor problem however and the baikal over compensates for this minor issue with the quality of the steel put into the guns. The steel seems to last forever as do the mechanics and firing pins.
IGT will have a new consignment of Baikal over and under, single selective trigger, ejector shotguns soon and if you prebook yours you will get a special deal ! I guess we took them for granted until we couldn’t have them !
The Irish Gun Trader
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Irishguntrader is happy to announce that the sale and demand for various firearms has been improving rapidly over the last twelve months. Having hit a low point in and around 2009 to 2011 we are happy to report a return to more normal trading patterns.
Our advice if you are selling a firearm – Value – this at the moment is key, the market is recovering but buyers still have a wide choice so if you want a firearm sold, pitch the price at an attractive level.
If you are in the market to buy – be realistic, shop around, get to know the values of the make and model you want and when you find a good match at the right price, by all means haggle but don’t insult the seller or expect to buy it for next to nothing, things are improving, not everyone is desperate to sell !
Thanks for reading,
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Irish Gun Trader has launched it’s new website. The new website is feature full and we hope this will provide both members and visitors a far better experience. Happy Browsing!
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