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HISTORY OF BRITISH MILITARY & CIVILIAN TARGETS

from 1850 to 2000


A reference book in the form of a catalogued and heavily colour illustrated

HISTORY OF BRITISH MILITARY & CIVILIAN TARGETS from 1850 to 2000 - for both Small-bore & Full-bore Rifle

In the form of a scrollable and searchable flip-page booklet illustrated below.

Contents include the following aspects and more:

TARGETS : iron, canvas, paper, Military and Civilian competition and training, SMRC (Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs), NSRA (National Small-Bore Rifle Association), NRA (National Rifle Association, United Kingdom), Round Bull, Bisley Bull, Tin Hat, Tank, ship, submarine, Aircraft recognition, moving, running deer, landscape, harmonisation, (harmonization), figure, novelty, cricket, parker-hale, McQueen, sniper, Hun, German soldier, Kaiser, Airship, musket, Enfield, sub-target, ranges - 10 to 1,600 yards plus, full- bore, small-bore, miniature rifle, miniature calibre (caliber), Swift training rifle. There are also listings of target sizes, old advertisements from the annual "Bisley Bible" over the years, and references and imagery from Training Pamphlets, Musketry Regulations and even from Parker-Hale catalogues. Altogether a highly comprehensive document for research.

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N.B. We have not been able to contact the author/seller at the last known email address, nor via the telephone number we hold,

and we have elsewhere seen that the book may no longer be in stock, the first and only printing probably being sold out.

Apart from this information, regrettably we know no more than you, and have accordingly made it available in this form. [Ed: HARC-MCRRS]


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