Pheasant Valley results, 18/9/16

1st           Mark Sutherland              100 2nd        Dan Biggar            95 3rd           Peter Trotter       87 4th           Don Edge             86 5th           N Jones                 85 6th           Alan Bailey          83 7th           Tim Bugg              81 8th           S Forster               80 8th           M Rawdall           80 9th           Juan       74 9th           Roy Walker         74 10th        Joe Wood  68 11th        Mark Butterworth            […]

Centrefire comp 17/7/16

1st Mark Sutherland 84 2nd Ben Jackson 78 3rd Mark Butterworth 71 4th Andy Wild 30

Long-barrelled revolvers

These firearms are designed to meet the criteria laid down in the firearms acts in terms of minimum barrel length and minimum overall length in order to qualify as Section 1 firearms.

Lever action rifles

These are usually repeating rifles of the Winchester or Marlin type. Because they shoot pistol cartridges, they are relatively low powered and can be shot at short range (25 – 50 yards)

Black powder pistol

Black powder pistols are potentially as accurate as their modern counterparts though their rate of fire is much slower. Shooting may be conducted with original period pistols or with modern replicas. Matches may be fired under International Standard conditions at 25 metres with single shot flintlock or percussion pistols (best 10 shots from 13 fired […]

Centrefire comp 19/6/16

Centrefire comp 19/6/16

1st mark sutherland 97 2nd hayder kadhem 91 3rd mark butterworth 90 4th paul audus 89 4th mike whitworth 89 5th gary nelson 88 6th devon audus 70 7th tim grimes 69 8th tim bugg 61

F class rifle

F Class is the fastest growing target-shooting discipline in the UK. The course of fire is similar to TR but the targets are much smaller and competitors may use a telescopic sight, plus the rifle can be supported mechanically, front and rear.  Any calibre is allowed up to 8mm but muzzle brakes are excluded.  The […]

Quarry range safety.

Only the shooter plus a single instructor may be on a single firing point lane at any one time. Anyone who is watching must stand to the rear of the firing point. Rifles must only be carried or moved when the bolt, or lever, is open and a breech flag is visible in the chamber […]