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Bisley

/ ˈbɪzlɪ /

noun

  1. a village in SE England, in Surrey: annual meetings of the National Rifle Association


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By the Bisley rules, you are not allowed to adjust your sights.

At Bisley, you must not “wipe out” during the shots of an entry.

Work was varied, sometimes we rode out with the regiments stationed at Bisley on their field days and looked after any casualties.

After nearly two years, telescopic sights at last appeared, and we tried to train the once despised "Bisley shot."

Real keenness was confined to those boys who had a chance of going to Bisley as members of the shooting eight.

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