Publications and links to publications about target rifle shooting
Fullbore Target Rifle is shot at Bisley, the Stock Exchange Rifle Club's home range, at distances between 300 and 1,000 yards, without telescopic sights.
Gallery rifles are short-barrelled rifles, or carbines, designed for mobility, and in Britain have been widely adopted following the ban on pistols to shoot the same kind of target shooting competitions that pistol shooters used to enjoy.
Air Rifles and Air Pistols are used at 6 yards and 10 metres, and accuracy is at a premium.
The Stock Exchange Rifle Club shoots highly-accurate .22 rimfire rifles at 25 yards indoors and at 50 metres outdoors.