Gold Medal Concours d'Elegance of Fine Guns

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Gold Medal Concours d'Elegance of Fine Guns



Judges

 
—the 10th—
Gold Medal Concours d’Elegance of Fine Guns
Proudly presented by the NRA

Chris Batha—Competition and game shooter, shooting instructor and a veteran of the British gun trade, notably Atkin Grant & Lang and E.J. Churchill; now with FAMARS. St. Albans, England.

Lewis Drake—Veteran antique and vintage sporting arms dealer and founder of Lewis Drake and Associates; co-founder of Roosevelt and Drake. Murray, Kentucky.

Jack Dudley—Co-founder of the Order of Edwardian Gunners, producers of The Vintage Cup, and former fine-gun dealer. Henniker, New Hampshire.

Jock Lamont—British Army, officer, ret’d. Collector of historic firearms, historic rifle shooting competitor and author. GGCA, NRA Bisley, Army Target Shooting Club, Historic Breechloading Small-Arms Association. Dorchester, England.

J.R. LaRue—Chief firearms expert at James D. Julia, auctioneers; co-proprietor of Carter Mountain Consulting, firearms appraisers and brokers; member or director of more than a dozen firearms collector groups. Cody, Wyoming.

David Moore—Sales manager of William Larkin Moore, long-time dealers & importers of fine guns, primarily from Italy and Spain. Scottsdale, Arizona.

Ray Roy—Former head of quality control at Sturm, Ruger and Co.; New England representative for The NRA Foundation; lifelong connoisseur of fine guns. Enfield, New Hampshire.

Roger Sanger— Co-founder and producer of the Gold Medal Concours; founder of the California Side by Side Society; contributing editor, Shooting Sportsman Magazine. Monterey, California.

Silvio Calabi
— Co-founder and producer of the Gold Medal Concours; editor-at-large, Shooting Sportsman magazine. Camden, Maine.



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