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Rook ‘n’ Rabbit Class


The Original and Uniquely British Gallery Rifle by Alan Whittle


Rook ‘n’ Rabbit Class


The Original and Uniquely British Gallery Rifle


The Rook ‘n’ Rabbit rifle is peculiar to the Britain of a bygone era where shooters would take to the by roads on their bicycles with a rifle slung over their shoulder and bag various types of small game for the pot. Such activities, being no longer available, have meant these low powered rifles of around 30 calibre have now been reduced to


by Alan Whittle


competing in heritage competitions. Such competitions are available at both the Imperial and Trafalgar Meeting at Bisley.


I cannot really say that my acquisition of a ‘rook ‘n’ rabbit’ rifle at the Trafalgar Arm Fair was an impulse buy as I have had a spot on my firearm certificate for a 310 calibre rifle for over a year now’ I suppose you could say that I was


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