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The Gun Trade Association is the UK’s officially recognised body representing the sporting, recreational and professional gun trade.

With over 700 members, its mission is to promote and protect the industry at all levels.

Latest Email Updates

LEGISLATION

May 26th, 2017

EU Directive 2017/853

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transport

May 25th, 2017

Parcelforce Worldwide:

Advice on sending firearms

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security

May 15th, 2017

Security: Information for RFD's

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import/export

May 11th, 2017

Import Licensing

Notice to Importers 2890

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LEGISLATION

May 3rd, 2017

Policing & Crime Act 2017. Statutory Instrument No. 399. Expanding Ammunition.

Section 129

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LEGISLATION

May 2nd, 2017

Policing & Crime Act 2017.  Statutory Instrument No. 399

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MEMBERS

April 13th, 2017

Upcoming Shows

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Members' Newsletter

July 2017 Edition

The next edition of the GTA Newsletter will be published online and will be available to Members towards the end of July.

Members wishing to place paid advertisements or who have items for the free 'Small Ads' section are invited to send in their copy as soon as possible.
 
Members of the GTA can view copies of previous issues by visiting the 'Members' area of the website and choosing the 'Archive' option.  
 

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All applications for Membership are considered by the GTA Council at their regular meetings.

The next Council meeting will take place on 13th July 2017. 

If you would like become a member of the GTA now is the ideal time to send us your completed Application form. 
For information on the categories of membership and to download a form, please click HERE
 

LATEST NEWS

EU Directive 2017/853

was published on 24th May 2017

Please visit the 'Members Area' to download a copy of the Directive