A new logo for a new name

'Something shiny from the SHED' - A range of shooting and reloading accessories designed and built here in the UK.

Which logo?

With the Pheasant and the straight text.
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53%
With the curved text over the church in the valley.
10
31%
Neither.
5
16%
 
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Re: A new logo for a new name

#21 Post by Ovenpaa »

Les, this is only for the local walk in customers with gun work.
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why not something like the shed at Binbrook? or chapel shed gunsmiths?
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#23 Post by Ovenpaa »

bradaz11 wrote:why not something like the shed at Binbrook? or chapel shed gunsmiths?
Our local customers have no idea of what Shooting Shed does or is. The name Binbrook Gunsmiths was the choice of the people, a that is what the local people usually ask when they call, 'Is that the Binbrook Gunsmith' and pluralising it gives us the ability to expand one day :)

https://binbrook-gunsmiths.co.uk/
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#24 Post by Les »

Ovenpaa wrote:Les, this is only for the local walk in customers with gun work.
I'm just going by the various names it's known as already, David. There seems to be a choice of names amongst your locals, so whatever you call it they'll probably still have their own name for you.

In the village I grew up in, practically all of the shops and even some of the pubs were known by different names to those over the door or the window. It may have been the owner's name - even owner's that have been dead for many years - or names whose origin I have no idea about.

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