Welcome to the New Tony Morris Guns Website!
We hope you like the look and content of our new website. A site rebuild, with improved navigation. has been on our agenda for a while - now hopefully it should be easier to locate the right gun for you.
One of the main reasons for the rebuild was to become more 'mobile friendly.' In recent years Smartphone and Tablet usage has increased tremendously, so having a website that displays well on mobile browsers has become a necessity.
People told us one of the things they liked about the old website was the simplicity. We tried to keep this in mind when creating the new site. We have added web pages for the different shotgun mechanisms, calibers, gun makers, etc. The pictures displayed are now in higher resolution and should reflect the products better.
We've also added sections/guides for some of the topics we're often asked about, such as Basic Gun Safety. We find may people are unsure when it comes to Choosing a Shotgun for a Lady or Young Person, so we've included a guide under the Information tab. and a page dedicated to Shotguns in Stock that may be Suitable for a Lady or Young Person.
We also get a lot of people asking about left-handed shotguns, so we've added a page specifically for Left-handed and Ambidextrous Shotguns Currently in Stock. It's interesting to note that a lot of people who shoot left-handed are actually right-handed, but shoot off their left shoulder due to having left eye dominance. If you'd like to know more about your 'Master Eye,' how to test for it and how it can affect your shooting, please check out our Eye Dominance guide under the information tab.
We're aiming to add more posts to this 'News' page in the near future with information we hope you'll find useful and/or interesting.
If you'd like to make suggestions on how we can further improve your experience using this website, or should you spot any mistakes, please Contact Us, it would be great to hear from you.
Sporting shooting and gun dogs have always been my hobby. I became an RFD in 2005 to support my family after a neck injury prevented me from continuing my work as an agricultural engineer. I am always happy to give advice where possible, so please get in touch if you need any help.