As the sun sets on an English countryside, a figure steps forward, his silhouette highlighted against the fading light. With a firm grip, he raises his arm, the glint of the metal revealing a beautifully crafted shotgun. His posture, his firm grip, and the impeccable accuracy with which he hits the target all point to one thing; he is a Churchill. More specifically, he’s Robert Churchill, and the weapon in his hand is no ordinary shotgun. It is the iconic Churchill XXV, an embodiment of English gun-making at its finest.