Launched in 2018 and awarded for the first time at the British Shooting Show in 2019, the Great British Shooting Awards are designed to give much-needed recognition to the products, organisations and people that make the shooting industry tick.
There are 15 award categories, representing every corner of the market – from manufacture to retail to conservation.
Voting begins with a period of trade nominations, which are whittled down to shortlists of five by our panel of judges. The shooting public then votes on the winners, which are announced in an exclusive ceremony at the British Shooting Show.
Winning at the prestigious Great British Shooting Awards keeps your clients and employees happy and motivated, boosts your reputation, benchmarks you against your competitors and gives you or your products the recognition they deserve.
The people and products chosen as the winners in their category by our panel of high-profile judges will be featured in Airgun Shooter, Shooting Gazette, Clay Shooting, Shooting Times, Sporting Gun, Sporting Rifle, Gun Trade News and Shooting UK, and will receive a trophy for display.
This prestigious awards programme gives recognition to the products, organisations and people that make our industry tick. From cartridges to clothing, scopes to shotguns, the awards represent every corner of the market. Plus, dedicated categories showcase the achievements of the people who've really had a positive effect on the industry.
The Great British Shooting Awards shines a spotlight on the best in the business. Winning an award keeps your clients and employees happy and motivated, boosts your reputation, benchmarks you against your competitors and gives you or your products the recognition they deserve. Winners will also receive extensive coverage across Airgun Shooter, The Gazette, Clay Shooting, Shooting Times, Sporting Gun, Sporting Rifle, Gun Trade News, and Shooting UK.
Nominations must be submitted by February 1, 2021 at 11:59 PM GMT.
Yes, you can submit as many nominations as you like.
Our judging panel will adjudicate the nominations according to the category criteria and finalise a shortlist. The shortlisted entries will be put to a public vote. The only exception to this is the Lifetime Achievement Award which is decided by our judging panel.
Yes. If your nomination makes it to the shortlist for public voting, you will be sent a 'nominated' badge for your own use.
Winners will be announced online on 31 March 2021.