The South Yorkshire Shooting Show is now called the ‘Yorkshire Shooting Show’ and it’s bigger and better!
What started life as a small local show at South Yorkshire’s famous Doncaster Racecourse 8 years ago, the South Yorkshire Shooting Show has grown to become a very well-stocked, well-attended event. Now attracting big names in the shooting world, and visitors from all over the UK, the show’s organiser, Richard Brook, has decided his show is ready for a name change, as it’s no longer a localised show. He is proud to announce the South Yorkshire Shooting Show is now called the ‘Yorkshire Shooting Show’ (YSS) and insists the 2022 show is going to be the best yet: with more products, more attractions and more money-saving deals.
Previous shows have seen exhibitors selling-out of products. In 2019 King’s Ginger had sold all their golden ginger liqueur on the very first day and had to restock for the following day. And at the last show in 2021, Swillington Shooting Supplies had entirely sold out of digital night vision.
With the Yorkshire Shooting Show being held in late September, it’s the perfect time for buying night hunting gear, such as lamps, night vision and thermal imaging equipment. In fact, on Friday 24th September 2022, Night Master will be holding a demonstration evening at the Doncaster Racecourse venue to allow people to see and test the latest high-power lamps, night vision and thermal imaging products. This will take place at the unique Optics Viewing Area on the grandstand which provides views of over a mile and is the perfect place for trying equipment before you buy.
For the 2022 Yorkshire Shooting Show on 24th and 25th September, expect more of everything; including the latest product launches from Viking Arms, Edgar Brothers, Pulsar, Highland Outdoors, Night Master, Daystate, Blaser, Brocock and many more. Plus, an abundance of deals. As always, parking is free; under 16s get free entry (when accompanied by an adult); BASC members get £5 off the entry fee and dogs are very welcome. Buy your tickets now…