Remington shotgun ammunition has just become available again after the import of a batch by the Irish agent Gowen And Bradshaw in Galway. This ammunition is usually only available once a year prior to 1st November so stock up now before it starts to sell out as it always does.
Open Season, Nenagh, (phone 06731774) currently has 32 gram loads in stock along with 42 gram light magnum loads in buck shot, 0 and BB, also 33 gram Foster Slugs and 3″ magnum loads.
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 […]
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!
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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