rifle range


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rifle range

[′rī·fəl ‚rānj]
(ordnance)
Place for practice in shooting with a rifle.
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Employees of PPG replacing the roof on the air rifle range at Bradley Woods Scout camp
Opened in 1860 as a training ground for British troops fighting in the Napoleonic wars, Altcar Training Camp and Rifle Range occupies a remote and wild stretch of the Sefton coast and Major Hunter believes the site still has many more secrets to reveal.
And it is believed that Swimming Australia organised the shooting session at a Canberra rifle range during an Australian Institute of Sport training camp in 2007, News.
HUNT: Police search drains, left, and an old rifle range, above, for clues leading to the killer of Joanna Yeates, top
Some buyer years from now might not care about a shooting house or rifle range.
Shooting on the marine rifle range was fun--a marine sergeant instructor, good but loud.
stopped near a rifle range, saying it might be pleasant to kill time
1 Traveling air rifle range donated to Boy Scouts by National Shooting Sports Foundation.
Whether you are a collector, a shooter or an elderly rememberer of times past spent on a full bore rifle range, this is a novel and extremely interesting book that deserves a place on the shelf.
There are so many lead bullets embedded in the trees behind the rifle range that that wood, when disposed of, may need to be treated as hazardous waste.
MEANWHILE, AT THE RIFLE RANGE, PFC MEYERS TAKES AIM .