Being of a certain age, I remember the William Powell catalogue arriving via Royal Mail as the harbinger of the coming season. Though it was full of all things new…
It is nearly six years since I tested a Powell Phoenix gun, which was the first review I did for this maker after it moved from Birmingham to Banbury. Named after…
The name William Powell has been involved in gunmaking in Britain since 1802. The firm passed through the hands of many generations of Powells before the rise of European makers finally caught up with them and the…
Gun reviews: William Powell Monarch 16-bore shotgun: With its traditional looks and smooth handling, Lewis Potter discovers a gun that confounds those critics who dismiss all 16-bores out of hand.
Gun reviews: William Powell Perseus 20-bore shotgun: Since 2008, William Powell has made a series of over-unders as part of its Continental range.
Gun reviews: William Powell Marquis shotgun: This 20-bore side-by-side sidelock ejector shoots splendidly, thanks to good design coupled with gun making that’s sound in all departments.
Gun reviews: William Powell Perseus shotgun: Jason takes a look at the latest import from Italy to carry a top English gunmaker’s name.
William Powell Linhope 12-bore: Beautifully crafted with the high-bird specialist in mind, the new Linhope represents quality in an age of change. Lewis Potter puts it to the test.
William Powell Linhope shotgun review: Beautifully crafted with the high-bird specialist in mind, the new Linhope represents quality in an age of change.
Gun reviews: William Powell Zenith shotgun: The Zenith is a new 12-bore side-by-side from William Powell and, as Mike Yardley discovers, it’s just right for the market.
William Powell Pegasus shotgun is a very well made piece of Italian engineering.
William Powell Phoenix shotgun is an Anglo-Italian blend of traditional build and handsome looks, creating an exceptional 12-bore over-under.
This William Powell Eclipse 12-bore shotgun comes from William Powell’s Continental range, especially made for them by Arietta in Spain.