Peter Watson, executive director of the Deer Initiative, will address the National Gamekeepers’ Organisation’s deer branch general meeting. The meeting is open to all NGO deer branch members, and as well as the address from Peter Watson, the meeting will include the chairman’s address from David Wiggins; an overview of the year; and an overview of the Browning range of stalking rifles from David Stapley of Browning International. There will also be news of training opportunities for UK stalkers, and the chance to test fire some of the Browning range of rifles, including the X-Bolt SF.
David Wiggins, NGO deer branch chairman, said, “I look forward to seeing a full house at our general meeting to bring members up-to-date on what’s been happening, and a lot has, and also to get their feedback. I’d like to thank Peter Watson of the Deer Initiative, and David Stapley from Browning for the company’s continuing support as our rifle partner, and for arranging and sponsoring the range day which I know our members will greatly enjoy. See you there.”
David Stapley, UK country manager for Browning International, added, “I look forward to meeting NGO Deer Branch members again, where it will be my pleasure to introduce the new Super Feather trigger system on the X-Bolt rifles and give news of the $125 million investment into a new Winchester Ammunition facility and the resulting new product launches.”
The NGO deer branch AGM will be held at Englefield Estate, Daintylands, Common Hill, Theal, Berkshire RG7 5JP on 7 May 2014. The meeting opens at 11am, and to register for the live-fire demonstrations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or The NGO, PO Box 246, Darlington, DL1 9FZ by 1 May.
Note: ammuntion will only be available in .223, .22-250 and .243 calibres, and places are limited.