R.J.Blackwall Gun & Rifle Makers

R.J.Blackwall Gun & Rifle Makers Oxfordshire
Rangers Lodge, Cornbury Park

About R.J.Blackwall Gun & Rifle Makers

R.J.Blackwall are traditional English sporting gunsmiths and rifle makers.

The business was established in 2008 by Rupert Blackwall who served his apprenticeship at the renowned gun makers E.J.Churchill.

Rupert initially set up the business at Cornbury Park specialising in sporting gun repairs and making new classic sporting rifles.

The company has expanded and we now have a traditional-style showroom stocking clothing and accessories alongside quality new and second-hand guns. R.J.Blackwall’s also has a sporting agency service to offer our customers that specializes in European hunting.

We trade on our reputation; we pride ourselves on attention to detail and excellent customer service.


Mauser is a brand full of history and since 2015 RJBlackwalls have been honoured with becoming the Mauser Flagship store for the United Kingdom.

We are also the Mauser UK Custom shop, which we run from our workshops on-site at Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire. Over the years through hunting with these rifles and building rifles off Mausers we have built up a superb knowledge on these products and can advise you on the correct rifle and caliber for your situation. So please do not hesitate to call us to quote you on your Mauser package.

Hunting trips

The latest addition to the range of services offered by R.J.Blackwall is that of our sporting agency. We offer carefully selected hunts for our customers based on our personal experiences.

The hunting ground in Serbia is one of my favourite hunting areas, it’s an amazing place to experience a well organised driven hunt. We consistently shoot between 70 and 80 wild boar over the course of the three days.

Rupert Blackwall will meet you at the airport, guide you through customs and make your transfers as smooth as possible. Rupert will also be your host and guide throughout the trip.

The purpose-built hunting lodge has en-suite bedrooms, drying rooms and a comfortable lounge area. A hearty breakfast is served in the lodge as well as a three-course meal in the evening. Lunch is served in the forest camp.

For current availability and further information please contact Rupert at RJBlackwall’s.

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