By Christopher Fenning
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Carl Walther began his trade in 1886, working closely with his family on the design and manufacture of target rifles. 1900–10 In the United Kingdom rifle shooting as a civilian sport grew from a military requirement. Around the time of the Second Boer War (1899–1902) it was believed necessary to increase the shooting ability of the general population in the event that the regular army could not withstand an invasion. There were comparatively few formally recognized rifle clubs and those that did exist were associated with the Volunteers (the organization now known as the Territorial Army), using military rifles on outdoor ranges.
Any questions should be raised with the instructor at whichever club the reader attends. Each club follows a set of standard safety rules and they may have their own rules in addition to those listed here. If you follow these basic rules shooting will be a safe and enjoyable experience. A shooter who fails to follow them may be removed from the range and barred from shooting again at that club or any other in the same region. Range Safety Rules The rules given here are an example of range safety rules.
Uk The website of the National Small-bore Rifle Association (NSRA). This has a good database of clubs by region and county. All of the clubs listed here are affiliated to the NSRA. uk This is an independent website that carries a comprehensive list of clubs, including those that are not affiliated to the NSRA. Local authorities. All local authorities maintain lists of sports clubs in their area and information can be found on their websites or by contacting them directly. Clubs are spread all over the UK and searches might show that only one club is located within a reasonable travelling distance, but it is equally possible for there to be several clubs to choose from.
Smallbore rifle shooting : a practical guide by Christopher Fenning