Established in 1883 William Evans are a gunmaker (gunsmiths) in St james’s, London or a gun assembler / finisher in any case and also sell some British made clothing for men and woman. If it is made in the UK this is specified on the website; otherwise it is not. Particularly some of their own brand is made in the UK. A little Union Flag also appears to also signify made in the UK, but as always, do check before buying. They do not say who makes their clothing for them. Also some accessories, homeware and gifts at William Evans are made in the UK. They also stock MUSTO, but I suspect this is made abroad.
Launched in 2010, Longthorne Gunmakers is another manufacturer of 100% English made shotguns. They say on their website “we manufacture every part of our guns in house” – http://www.longthorneguns.com
As far as I know Webley Revolvers and Enfield Revolvers, which were made in Birmingham and London respectively and military service weapons, are no longer being made. Some British military weapons and other equipment and uniform are still made in the UK but all their revolvers and pistols are now foreign made.
Air Arms manufacture all of their air guns in the UK I am told. No mention of this is made on their website, but some of the pictures on the site clearly show the words “Made in England” on some products, so it seems at least some of their air guns are possibly UK made and is worth checking – http://www.air-arms.co.uk
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SMP Security Solutions are British safe manufacturers. They make cash safes, security cabinets, steel security doors, jewellery safes, underfloor safes, drugs cabinets, gun cabinets, etc. Their website has the Made in Britain marque and they describe their safes as a “quality British made product from a trusted security safes manufacturer” – http://www.smpsecurity.co.uk
21st Century Antiques make exclusive wooden home office furniture such as desks, swivel chairs, filing cabinets and bookcases. According to their website “All our Furniture in handcrafted in the United Kingdom by our skilled craftsmen and hand finished to the highest standards creating truly timeless pieces of period furniture.” They also make gun cabinets of steel but disguised as pieces of fine furniture. Of these they say “Our Unique Cabinets are produced in a choice of 5 different wood finishes and are handcrafted in the UK by our skilled craftsmen and hand finished to the highest standards” – http://www.21stantiques.com
Brattonsound Gunsafes, established in 1982, are British made. Their website carries the words ‘Made in Britain’ and a little round Union Flag logo and they say “our products are proudly manufactured and distributed from our state of the art factory in Surrey”. These metal gun safes are available from gun shops across the UK and Brattonsound does not sell direct to the public – http://www.brattonsound.co.uk
The Bespoke Furniture Company / The Bespoke Gun Cabinet Company specialise in exclusive bespoke gun cabinets, radiator cabinets and furniture. They say on their website “From our purpose-built workshop in Warwickshire we create beautiful pieces of furniture with meticulous attention to detail that would rival any other company in our field”. They make wooden furniture for kitchens, home offices, games rooms, bedrooms, etc plus radiator cabinets and gun cabinets designed to look like a piece of furniture but wit a metal gunsafe inside – http://www.thebespokefurniturecompany.co.uk – http://www.thebespokeguncabinetcompany.co.uk
Simon Reynolds Cabinetmaker offers bespoke handmade furniture that appears to all be made in his workshop in Norfolk. Items made include wooden gun cabinets (designed to have a metal unsafe inside), gun maintenance tables, field gun chests, dining tables, trophy and display cabinets, sideboards, chests of drawers, blanket boxes, coffee tables, dressers, occasional furniture, fitted cupboards, dining chairs and footstools. No idea of the prices – http://www.simonreynoldscabinetmaker.co.uk