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News from John Dickson & Son - March 2022

March 2022
News from John Dickson & Son - March 2022

John Dickson and Son - Waverley Pull Through Cleaning Kits

John Dickson and Son at The Southern

Shop Changes for March 2022

John Dickson & Son - Waverley Pull Through Cleaning Kit

Waverley is the name of the iconic train Station in Edinburgh which links Edinburgh with Kings Cross, London. It has been used since 1866 to bring those in pursuit of sport to Scotland but also bring customers to John Dickson's front door on Princes Street, which was just across the road from the station. The name has been used before by Dickson's for our Anson & Deeley guns introduced in the late 1950's. 

Hand made here in the UK to our specification, the kit contains a para-cord with JD&S brass engraved handles, 12 bore shotgun phosphor bronze brush and brass jag, all contained in compact leather pouch embossed with John Dickson & Son.

The leather pouches are available in the three colours - Dark Havana, Chestnut and Light Tan  

We are now offering these kits at £65.00 + Postage & Packaging

To secure your Waverley kit today, please contact the shop here.

John Dickson & Son at 'The Southern'

After a two year absence, John Dickson & Son are very pleased to be attending 'The Southern' at Deep River Sporting Clays, NC. We will be bringing some very fine examples of vintage Dickson guns and a member of the Dickson team will be on hand to talk to you about the history of Scotland's oldest gunmaker but also about the exciting gun and rifle projects we have underway. A preview of guns that will be offered for sale at the event will be released in early April.

We will also be hosting our first Dickson Owners Club gathering of 2022 in collaboration with our friends at Delaney & Sons and running the MacNab / John Dickson & Son Scottish Round-Action Challenge, where participants must shoot a Scottish-made Round-Action in this competition.

If there is something specific you would like to discuss in advance, you can make arrangements through our contact form  here

To find out more regarding this show, please click here

Shop Changes For March 2022

From Monday 21st March, the regulations requiring face masks in shops in Scotland will continue

We will encourage customers to use a face covering when visiting our premises. If you do not have a mask, we will provide one.

Please note that there is no public access to the workshop, we will only be available to meet with customers through the main shop and we encourage a 2-metre social distancing rule when interacting with staff.

If we can assist with anything in advance of your visit, you can contact us here