Air Arms - Imagination Engineered
Friday, 28 February 2020 | Air Arms
Established back in 1983, Sussex-based spring and PCP airgun brand Air Arms was originally formed by the late Bob Nicholls, along with General Manager Colin King and Sales & Marketing Manager Bill Sanders.
Air Arms Heritage:
Today, the company produces 22 sporting air rifles that set the hunting standard, and 6 competition rifles that win world championships, all supplied through a network of international distributors. In fact, Air Arms now exports to over 45 countries around the world, so becoming an Air Arms owner is now easier than ever.
Air Arms is forever trying to encourage newcomers to the sport – particularly through the hugely popular Air Arms Experience which is held at various outdoor country shows. The initiative not only offers the public advice on equipment and accessories but everyone can have-a-go at airgun shooting including target disciplines such as FT, HFT, Benchrest, Target Sprint, 10-metre Pistol and Precision, which are all supported by the BFTA, UKAHFT, UKBR and British Shooting.
Managing director Claire West says: “Air Arms remains true to family values and principles and we are passionate at what we do,” Claire affirms. “Being in total control of our own design, manufacture and production enables us to have the flexibility we need and allows us to produce parts to our own exacting standard. And being an all-British brand is important to us, not least because there are very few of us left within our industry.”
Air Arms TV hosts our all Air Arms video content, from competitions and events to D.I.Y and airgun hunting. Be sure to subscribe and check it out.
Do you want to take a look through the Air Arms Factory? Follow the links below!
American Airgunner - Building Airgun Masterpieces - Air Arms UK Factory Tour
Fieldsports Channel - Air Arms Factory Tour
AirgunGearShow - Inside Air Arms - The Air Arms Factory Tour
Team Wild TV - Air Arms Factory Visit
To find your local dealer, visit: https://www.air-arms.co.uk/dealers.html