rifle range


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rifle range

[′rī·fəl ‚rānj]
(ordnance)
Place for practice in shooting with a rifle.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Applicants say the site will be "one of the longest indoor air rifle ranges in the UK" - with distances of up to 60 yards - and plan to use the site for official competitions.
"The potential for use of the rifle range will place the North East well and truly on the map for national and international events, bringing muchneeded revenue and possible knockon use of other small businesses such as guest houses," his submission read.
He said this in his winding up speech while responding to a proposal by Ong Khan Lee (PH - Kebun Bunga) that the Rifle Range flats be torn down and rebuilt.
Competitors enjoy six trap fields, four skeet fields, three rifle ranges, four pistol ranges, and an archery area.
The AOC report states: '[The] collection of shot and bullets are those which must have accidentally overshot the eastern extent of the rifle range, a dangerous problem that is recorded in contemporary newspapers which note that complaints had been made by the public of stray bullets and the methods undertaken to remedy the situation.
The rifle range structure, mounts and perimeter fencing were painted using products from PPG's leading paint brand, Johnstone's Trade.
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The fascinating discovery at Altcar in Hightown was made after the camp''s Commandant, Major Bill Hunter, decided to investigate the whereabouts of a secret anti-aircraft site thought to have been built in 1953 on the 620 acre rifle range.
Uniformed police officers were also seen checking drains and an old rifle range in the grounds of Clifton College, next door to Miss Yeates' basement property.
In the realm of truth is stranger than fiction, the town of Lancaster has filed a lawsuit over the Clinton rifle range, naming its own Zoning Board of Appeals as a defendant.
I couldn't afford enough land in those days to put in a 300-yard rifle range, but when the real estate agent was showing us prospective places in 1986 this one looked perfect.
Also, Oregon Natural Desert Association officials say the "rifle range" shown on Sullivan's map is a model airplane flying area.