Anderson's Guns - Aberdeen

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Anderson's Guns - Aberdeen

Postby Beer Hunter » Wed Sep 07, 2011 10:08 pm

I’ve used Andersons for many years and bought several rifles and shotguns from them. It’s a fairly small shop, but packed with kit. Andersons are primarily a shotgun dealer, but also have a fair range of rifles and can get pretty much anything at short notice.
Their speciality is in relatively high value, antique and hammer shotguns.

The only two shortcomings I can comment on is that that they don’t stock any reloading equipment / components and that the shotgun cartridges on offer never seem to be the same brand / model each time you visit - annoying when you find something that works for you!

The guys who work there, Niel and Dave, are both friendly and are always keen to help.

The owner, Neil, also owns the Seals Cove clay ground on the south side of the city where Dave coaches and is a CPSA registered coach.

Anderson's Guns, 201 Hardgate, Aberdeen AB11 6YB.
Telephone: 01224 580179. Fax: 01224 573952.
E-Mail : info@hammeranddamascus.co.uk
Web site - http://www.hammeranddamascus.co.uk/

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