This high quality magazine covers all aspects of Shooting in Scotland and we are contributing a series of articles entitled “The Gun Workshop” covering all aspects of gunsmithing. The current article appears on pages 40-41 in the September 2019 issue and is all about the machines you might find in a Gunsmith’s Workshop. You can read an online copy of the magazine here.
Campbeltown’s “Retired not Expired” charity group made another trip to the Hutton Range in late July. Various last-minute difficulties and prior commitments conspired to make the group somewhat smaller than usual, but the six shooters who attended all had a great time and shot very well.
A brief talk on the history, equipment and role of the Sniper got everyone in the mood for some marksmanship (and markswomanship) before the range session and Paula laid-on a tasty spread of free refreshments to keep the shooters’ energy levels up whilst they put several hundred rounds down-range during their 4-hour shooting session.
Lesley from Campbeltown earned the Ladies top prize with a consistent performance averaging just over 86 points while Jeff from Gigha took home the honours for the Gents with a remarkable 97.8 average.
Thanks go to Michele and her team for doing a great job organising the group – we look forward to seeing you again in a few weeks.
This high quality magazine covers all aspects of Shooting in Scotland and we are contributing a series of articles entitled “The Gun Workshop”. These articles will cover aspects of gunsmithing; the first in the series appears on pages 38-39 in the June – July 2019 issue and is all about threading barrels for moderators. You can read an online copy of the magazine here.