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euroguns have a target range not to faraway either

 

whereabouts are they? i have seen a place nr newark that does airgun days, with knock down targets, bit of a trek tho

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Webley Tempest .22

Benjamin Sheridan EB22

Weihrauch HW45 .177

 

I use a modifier with the EB22, as without one it's a noisy little devil. I don't have any immediate ambitions to increase my collection, I had a look at an Alecto, but it reminded me of a toy spaceman's gun.

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i have an air arms s200 (or is it 2000) in .22 which is superb, very accurate. 11 ft/lb, use it on metal targets in back garden and odd rat we get out of woods. (shot 6 last yr). dont use it for any other wildlife as we get many beautiful birds near us and loads of annoying squirrels but dont like to shoot them. have shot woodpigeon previously tho with it on farms when they were a pest.

 

would be good if there was a proper field target range and indoor practise range in sheffield. years ago we used to be members of target rifle club at leadmill bus garage, have fired live ammo there

 

Showing your age Chris, I used to go there to. ;)

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If your serious about Hunter FT then Anston is a good place to shoot (up at Eccington) Renishaw Hall,

been a few times a while back,

 

JJ..:)

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If your serious about Hunter FT then Anston is a good place to shoot (up at Eccington) Renishaw Hall,

been a few times a while back,

 

JJ..:)

 

Is this rifle and pistol? I suppose that they require proof of insurance, if so do they insist on a particular insurer? I've noticed that certain ranges are .177 only, due to the damage that .22 does to back stops.

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Showing your age Chris, I used to go there to. ;)

 

used to be good, quite competitive. did you enter the postal comps with your scores? i didnt own a rimfire, i used to loan one from one of the members. also remember seeing handguns etc in use there on odd occasion.

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used to be good, quite competitive. did you enter the postal comps with your scores? i didnt own a rimfire, i used to loan one from one of the members. also remember seeing handguns etc in use there on odd occasion.

 

I used one of their .22 long rifles, if my memory serves, can't remember pistol shooting though. I am talking about 1962, doesn't time fly when you're having fun?

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