products sold and serviced by LORIS INTERNATIONAL
Beretta, Browning, Krieghoff and JP Enterprises Firearms
Loris International is the home of the very finest in Competition and field Shotguns as well as Rifles, being agents for: Krieghoff (exclusive agents), Browning, Beretta and JP Enterprises.
Promatic Trap Machines
Loris International are also the South African home of the world’s leading makers of Clay Trap Machines, Promatic. Whether a machine is needed for Sporting or Skeet and Trench, Promatic has the answer. A full range of EuroTarget clays are also stocked.
Randolph Engineering Shooting Glasses are also available exclusively through Us. These are the highly sort after Glasses developed for NASA and the US Military that offer the best in safety and target enhancement.
Clothing and Accessories
Elegant but practical and durable Jackets and other Clothing from Browning and other leading manufacturers are available together with custom-built gun cases and gun slips. All one would ever need for shooting, even down to cleaning materials for firearms, can be sourced through Us.
Pre-Owned Shooting Equipment
We stock and sell pre-owned shooting equipment in Immaculate condition.
Loris International factory engravers offer a wealth of talent and nearly an unlimited range of engraving styles including deep relief, delicate scroll, game scenes with gold inlays and highly detailed Bulino. So whether you want to set your gun apart, or create a timeless masterpiece, Loris has the engraver and style to suit your needs.
Customising and Repairs
Make sure your guns perform at the highest possible level this season! The Loris Service Team are available, so whether you need us to perform your annual service, some custom stock work, or just a simple tune-up, our expert service team is always ready to assist you.
Most people can pick a gun off the rack and the fit will be close to their requirements, but for the sake of a small investment, it really is worthwhile having your gun fitted properly.
"Gunfitting as an often-forgotten necessity and it is quite surprising, how many people have never been fitted with a gun and, truly, the end result is that you cannot shoot your best unless your gun fits you"
GUN FITTING SESSION
Gun fit can only be successfully achieved using a Try-Gun, taking it out on the range and testing it on the pattern plate and on targets. A Try-Gun can be fully adjusted to look at stock dimensions, comb height, rib height, trigger pull distance, cast of the stock and the various lengths – from butt to trigger and palm swell to trigger. Once the try gun has been adjusted, the individual can try the gun for its initial fit. The gun is mounted into the shoulder, so any ill-fitting components can be noted, and the gun fitter looks directly down the barrels to check the cast. Once the adjustments appear to suit the individual, the gun can then be tried out on the pattern plate. Subject to those findings, you can then move to a stand. Adjustments are gradually made depending on the results shown on the pattern plate. These adjustments are recorded as measurements, which are then given to the gunsmith to create a new made-to-measure gun or, if you are buying a second hand or off the shelf gun, to alter the cast, stock length, trigger, comb or rib to suit. Once a new or adjusted gun is returned from the gunsmith it is important to try it out again on the pattern plate and also over various targets, to familiarise yourself with the fit.