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A History of the Anzac Rifle Range, Malabar By Nathan Scudder, Matthew Moses
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The Anzac Rifle Range, Malabar, is the last of three fullbore rifle ranges in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. This book traces the history of the rifle range, from four hundred acres of reserves set... More > aside in 1855, through its dedication for military purposes in 1910, to the legal battle with the Federal Government to ensure its continued existence. The renaming of the Range in 1970 from the Long Bay Rifle Range to the Anzac Rifle Range, Malabar was a tribute to those who died for their country, many of whom trained at the site. Throughout the development of the Eastern Suburbs, the areas of natural vegetation within the Anzac Range have remained relatively undisturbed, providing a sanctuary for wildlife. The inclusion of a section of the range in the National Estate in the late 1980s demonstrates the environmental importance of the site.< Less
The Magic of Long Range Shooting By Shawn Armstrong
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This book will take you through the science, and the art that is long range shooting.
The Practical Guide To Long Range Hunting Cartridges By Nathan Foster
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To achieve success at long ranges, you need the right cartridge! But how do we define which cartridge will best suit our needs? Those of you who read the Practical Guide To Long Range Hunting Rifles... More > were given a crash course in reality versus common belief. In this second book, The Practical Guide To Long Range Hunting Cartridges, author Nathan Foster continues to cast away myths and get to the core of matters. This is not some monotonous text book looking at cartridge line ups, repeating the same old information. As the book heading suggests- this is a practical guide to help you choose which cartridge suits you, step by step.< Less
HBSA journal - Vol 1 No 10 By Historical Breechloading Smallarms Association
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V1N10 (1987) President's Address - co-existence of collectors,historians and marksmen in the HBSA; reduction of opportunities to own historic arms due to price rising as a result of increased... More > interest; Gibbs Metford Farquarson changing hands for £3,500 to £4,500; Canadian long range black powder competitions; modern black powder performance poor in comparison to nineteenth century match black powder; preservation of historical integrity / Editorial - Apology to Peter Cottis; material on Soper in this issue provided by Clifford Owen; call for material for the journal / Soper Rifle original sales literature / Opinions of the Press - The Soper Rifle - between 16 April 1870 and 5 July 1879< Less
HBSA Journal - Vol 3 No 8 By Historical Breechloading Smallarms Association
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A Treatise on the Chassepot Cavalry Carbine & Cartouche M.1866 by Leonard and Guy A-R-West, Arcelin, Chassepot,1858-62 cartridges, mechanism sights markings cartridge ammunition pouch bayonet... More > metallic cartridge conversions, handling & shooting / Henry H Harrod:An Introduction by Clifford Bryant, The Man Who Loves Guns, collector, newspaper articles 1935 / Book Review / Internal Ballistics A Historical Viewpoint by David A.Thombs, early days 1268-1740, classical age of ballistics 1742-1914, ballistic pendulum, chronograph, crusher pressure gauge, analytical age 1914-1950, computer age 1950-2006 / Rifling Twists of Nineteenth-Century Military Breechloaders as Estimated by a New Improved Twist Rule by Donald G. Miller, New Twist Rule, Greenhill's Twist Rules, twist rules v experimental twists Whitworth, Bashforth and Metford and Their Long-Range Experiments by David Williams, published work on guns, flight of projectiles, ballistic pendulum / Metford Letters 1883-4< Less
Sniper Training FM 23-10 By Byrd Press
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The sniper has special abilities, training and equipment. His job is to deliver discriminatory highly accurate rifle fire against enemy targets, which cannot be engaged successfully by the... More > rifleman because of range, size, location, fleeting nature, or visibility. Sniping requires the development of basic infantry skills to a high degree of perfection. A sniper's training incorporates a wide variety of subjects designed to increase his value as a force multiplier and to ensure his survival on the battlefield. The art of sniping requires learning and repetitiously practicing these skills until mastered. A sniper must be highly trained in long-range rifle marksmanship and field craft skills to ensure maximum effective engagements with minimum risk.< Less
The African Expedition Magazine March 2009 By Mitch Mitchell
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The Ultimate Dangerous Game Rifle: Designing for the 21st Century: The Stock ▪ Long Range Shooting: Learning to shoot from Snipers ▪ African Game Animals: Choose your favorite ▪... More > Cholera: The unseen killer ▪  Underwater Photography: Get started with a great new hobby ▪ Fate of the Leopard: A tale of Africa ▪ Press Releases ▪ Product Reviews ▪ African Bush Cuisine: Springbuck Roast with dark chocolate and chilli with sautéd fresh vegetables ▪ True North: Formula to Friendship< Less