About Wighill Park Guns

Nigel Lambert of Wighill Park GunsWighill Park Guns was founded by Nigel Lambert in 1985, after deciding that there was something missing in the air gun trade. Namely a shop that carries a full and varied stock of air guns and air gun accessories, allowing you to try before you buy. At Wighill Park Guns we offer honesty, expert advice and excellent after sales service.

Nigel Lambert is a British field target champion who has been in the English outdoor shooting team. He has also been Yorkshire County indoor 10m champion, and won many N.S.R.A gold medals.

You can say that shooting is in his blood as Nigel's grandfather was a decorated sniper in the First World War, and both his father and uncle were crack shots in the Second World War. The two were unbeaten in all the competitions they entered, and later in life Mr. Lambert senior never missed a clay pigeon, which sounds unreal but true. So you can see with this pedigree Nigel is probably the one who can give you advice on your chosen gun.

We're waiting to help you, browse our product range or contact us to discuss requirements.


"Just a few lines to compliment your organisation on its excellent service and efficiency. Should anyone now ask for a recommendation then I can only advise them of your business. I recently bought a lovely Remmington Genesis (with pellets) on one Sunday night on the net, come Tuesday I was already zeroing in the scope. A day earlier than expected, brilliant, thanks again Wighill Park Guns, I shall always look to you for supplies and after sales service... "

Duncan

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Something for you to think about:

"It's unwise to pay too much. But its worse to pay too little.
When you pay too much, you lose a little money that is all.
When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything,
because the thing you bought was
incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do.
The common law of business balance
prohibits paying a little and getting a lot; it can't be done.
If you deal with the lowest bidder
it's as well to add something for the risk you run,
and if you do that you will have enough,
to pay for something better."

John Ruskin (1819 - 1900)