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SMALL-BORE TARGET RIFLES
- the BSA rifles ( including a few notable sporting versions)
- plus mention of some other well, and lesser-known, equivalent manufacturers' designs


Small-bore TARGET RIFLES - click images or captions for more information

^ BSA Model No. 1 ^

 

^ BSA Model Nos. 2 & 3 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 2 Cadet & Scout pattern ^

 

^ BSA Model Nos. 4 & 5 ^

 

^.BSA Model Nos. 6 & 7 ^

 

^.BSA Model Nos. 8 & 9 ^

 

^ BSA Model Nos. 10 & 11 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 12 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 13 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 14 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 15 and "Centurion" rifles ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 12/15 ^

^ BSA Pump-action ^

 

^ BSA Century ^

 

^ BSA Ralock ^

 

^ BSA Armatic ^

 

^ BSA Martini International & Mk.II ^

 

^ BSA Martini International Mk.III ^

 

^ BSA Martini International Mks.IV, V & ISU ^


OTHER MANUFACTURERS' TARGET RIFLES

^ The Greener Converted Martini take-down rifle ^

 

^ The Greener Queen's Cup rifle ^

 

^ The Westley Richards Martini rifle ^

 

^ The Cogswell & Harrison "Certus" rifles ^

 

^ The Parker-Hale CMT rifles ^

 

^ The Vickers Martini rifles ^

 

^ The Parker-Hale Dewar rifles ^

 

^ The Australian Sportco Martini rifle ^

 

^ The Remington 37 & 40-X rifles ^

 

^ The Winchester 52 rifles ^

 

^ The Barnett " Ten-X" rifle ^

 

^ The Jurek rifles ^

 

^ The Anschutz Match rifle of 1954 ^

 

^ The Finnish Lion ^

 

^ The Walther of 1963 ^

 

 

 

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