These Silver Shooting Cufflinks are the perfect gift for him for the grouse season. It starts Monday 12th August or as its known to shooting nuts THE GLORIOUS TWELTH.
Did you know that in British Law if the 12th August falls on a Sunday the season doesnt start until the 13th. Not a lot of people know that.
According to the Morland Association. .
As the ‘glorious twelfth’ looms, the £67 million pound English grouse shooting industry is hailed for far-reaching contributions to conservation and the economy. Predicting a good season, owners of globally recognised heather moorland say without shooting income, vital ecosystems – and over 1,500 jobs – would be lost.
Designed for any shooting nut. These cufflinks are designed in sterling silver shooting cufflinks have the greatest attention to detail. They have a traditional chain fastening attached to a classic oval back. A great gift for the shooting enthusiast and a fantastic present for him or her.
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And heres a lucky bird who got away, even for Red grouse some days have a silver lining.
The Red Grouse, Lagopus lagopus scotica, is a medium-sized bird of the grouse family which is found in heather moorland in Great Britain and Ireland. It is usually classified as a subspecies of the Willow Ptarmigan but is sometimes considered to be a separate species, Lagopus scotica. It is also known as the moorfowl or moorbird.
Shooting in the UK employs hundreds of thousand of people in the country side and most birds are bred specifically for this reason alone.
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