Bisley


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Bisley

a village in SE England, in Surrey: annual meetings of the National Rifle Association
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Where in the world did the name Bisley come from in reference to handguns?
44 Special Bisley Model so well I decided to make it something very special after confirming this sixgun was an excellent shooter.
Narrowly missing out on entry to the Bisley competition in the two previous years, with continued dedication and perseverance everything came together this time around and she posted a high score to secure 49th place out of the 500 cadets who took part.
com), a nickeled Bisley in 80 percent shape is worth $7,750.
Charismatic Steve Bisley has made a confident return to the stage after several years playing a TV cop on popular drama "Water Rats.
Former Seasiders' striker Chris Greenacre gave the visitors a third minute lead from the penalty spot after Danny Shittu had hacked down Craig Bisley.
Struggling Stapenhill notched a second courtesy of Steve Bisley in the 89th minute as they took advantage of a second defensive mistake.
He was armed with a Colt Bisley when the Canadian Mounted Police captured him in British Columbia just after he had robbed a Canadian Pacific train at the beginning of this century.
For the past several years sixgunners have been mumbling and grumbling, trying to convince Ruger to bring out a 5-shot Bisley Model in the really big-bore cartridges.
Certainly, the grip shape informed the Ruger Bisley model grip frame.
Bisley, July 7 (ONA) Air vice Marshal Mattar bin Ali al-Obaidani, Commander of the Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) visited the Sultan Armed Forces (SAF) Shooting Team currently taking part at Bisley International Shooting Competition alongside with many international shooting teams.
IF YOU'RE EVER IN ENGLAND,TAKE THE TIME TO STOP IN AT THE Bisley range, located, appropriately, near the charming town of Bisley about 30 miles southeast of London.