William Powell

William Powell Gunshop and Shooting Clothing Store in Banbury, Oxfordshire
Carrs House,
1 Tramway,

OX16 5TD

About William Powell

William Powell is a modern sports and recreation clothing and equipment company boasting over 200 years of heritage. We stock everything you need for a range of outdoor pursuits, particularly shooting and fishing including the largest range of country clothing, shooting accessories, fishing tackle, guns and cartridges and much more.

Gunshop & Shooting Accessories

William Powell has been at the forefront of the design and manufacture of guns since 1802. Over this time, invaluable knowledge has been passed down through five generations of the Powell family. Today, this knowledge, skill and passion is still the core part of our gunroom and something that will quickly become apparent when dealing with us. If you are just starting out, or are a seasoned Shot, our gun room staff have the knowledge and expertise to guide you in the right direction.

Side by side, over & under, air rifles to centre fire rifles ideal for the modern stalker, we’re sure that we will have something to offer almost everyone and to suit almost any budget. This coupled with a highly renowned repair, maintenance, and restoration service means that there is not much that we can’t offer the sporting shot.

Country clothing

William Powell also offers a wide range of shooting equipment and country clothing for both on and off the field – handpicked to help you look great and to keep you warm and dry. As a family-owned business with a passion for game shooting and specifically driven grouse shooting, we certainly know how to pick our ranges of shooting clothing and countrywear. We have invested heavily in our tweed range to bring you what we think is the finest collection of tweed shooting coats.

The William Powell showroom is located in Banbury, Oxfordshire just off Junction 11, M40. Our friendly, expert team is on-hand to assist you with your product selection and offer any advice or assistance you require.

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