Win a Rigby rifle

Win a bespoke Rigby rifle worth $20,000!

Want to win an exquisite Rigby Highland Stalker or Big Game PH rifle? The bespoke London gunmaker is offering the one of your choice just for subscribing to its newsletter.

Both models are Mauser-based bolt-action rifles built to very high standards with Grade 5 walnut, the Highland Stalker starting at around $20,000 in Australia and the Big Game PH a little dearer again. 

Australians are eligible to win. Rigby rifles are distributed here by John Rigby & Co Australia/NZ, under the umbrella of Pro-Tactical.

The competition is a response to increasing restrictions placed on the gun industry and sports by social media companies, which have been limiting the exposure of content related to firearms and hunting, and even deleting it. 

Rigby managing director Marc Newton said the newsletter allowed the company bypass social media and stay directly connected with customers, enthusiasts and anyone else with an interest in its firearms. 

“We understand the importance of staying connected with our community,” he said. “Our newsletter serves as a window into the world of Rigby.”

The Rigby newsletter delivers insights and updates from the London workshop and includes blogs, product releases, news, competitions and events.

You can sign up and enter the competition here using the subscription box at the bottom of the page. Terms and conditions are available here

The closing date is Friday, 28 February 2025, after which the winner will be drawn.

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Mick Matheson

Mick grew up with guns and journalism, and has included both in his career. A life-long hunter, he has long-distant military experience and holds licence categories A, B and H. In the glory days of print media, he edited six national magazines in total, and has written about, photographed and filmed firearms and hunting for more than 15 years.