Look out for FREE Winchester ammunition in a promotion that is exclusive to members of the National Gamekeepers’ Organisation. Buy a Browning X-Bolt SF before 31 October 2015 and get 60 rounds of Winchester Ballistic Silvertip ammunition absolutely FREE of charge.
This exclusive FREE Winchester ammunition offer is available only at participating Browning Dealer Partners. Please note that the FREE ammunition is only redeemable when a completed promotional coupon is handed to your Browning dealer. The offer is open to the first 50 NGO members to apply. For full details and to download a copy of the X-Bolt SF Promotion Coupon please visit www.browning.eu
The Browning X-Bolt is now equipped with the Super Feather Trigger, which makes it one of the best performing and feature-packed rifles on the market. The X-Bolt comes in the following versions: Stainless Stalker Fluted, Eclipse Laminated Thumbhole, and GRS Target/Varmint plus the new Eclipse Varmint. The X-Bolt is factory threaded to take a moderator and is available in: .223, .243, .308 and 30-06.
Browning recommends the use of Winchester premium ammunition in all its products.
Winchester Ballistic Sivertip ammunition offers rapid expansion in big-game rounds and tremendous fragmentation for varmints. The high-speed Winchester Ballistic Silvertip bullet provides the flattest of trajectories and is available for:
Winchester Ballistic Sivertip ammunition is available in the UK in: .22-250, .223, .243, .270, .308, and 30-06.
David Wiggins, Deer Branch Chairman of the National Gamekeepers' Organisation said: "I’d like to thank Browning, the NGO Deer Branch Rifle Partner, for putting together a great – and exclusive – deal for NGO members. There’s no doubt in my mind that the Browning X-Bolt and Winchester Ballistic Silvertip ammunition make a fantastic combination.”
The NGO is an Approved DMQ (Deer Management Qualifications) Assessment Centre and offers a complete package of in-house deer management training to DSC1 and DSC2 standards for both NGO members and non-members alike.
The Deer Branch of the National Gamekeepers' Organisation, which aims to help improve deer welfare and management in the British countryside, was set up in 2009 in recognition of the number of NGO members involved in deer conservation and culling. The NGO Deer Branch is now thought to have more members actively involved in deer management in the UK than any other organisation. It is a special interest group within the NGO membership, so any NGO member interested in deer can ask to join the NGO Deer Branch at no extra cost. Within its remit, the NGO Deer Branch advises the NGO National Committee on deer-related issues. The Deer Branch also runs its own courses on Dogs for Deer and Game Meat Hygiene.
The National Gamekeepers' Organisation represents the gamekeepers of England and Wales. It defends and promotes gamekeeping, gamekeepers and ensures high standards throughout the profession. It was founded in 1997 by a group of gamekeepers who felt that their profession was threatened by public misunderstanding and poor representation. The NGO has around 15,000 members. www.nationalgamekeepers.org.uk