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    Posted: January 07 2018 at 10:27am
I have just returned home from a very cold day at Bisley
I only fired 15 rounds and all in the bull!! How boring is that?
The rifle... An Enfield Envoy.
Next time out I will take the No.4 and the SMLE and a pile of Remington Rolling Blocks. I have to work with those.
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Typical of a member of my favorite family. You'd find an Enforcer even worse!
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It's a sad day when they bore you. I have one that shoots center cold at any range you set it at. Where is the fun in that I ask you? Then the second shot will fall less than a inch away.

I may have to go back to shooting M1 Garands for laughs.
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With the proven potential for a clover-leaf at100m, the most serious problem faced by my Enforcer involves he who fires it!
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i get to the range so seldom these days and my body is no longer cut out for this winter weather , a brief momenbt and any success would be wonderous in my diary , congrats on getting the time and so sorry you had less than satisfaction ---er NOT 
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I have to go, even in the coldest weather as I am one of two qualified RCO's in my Club.
If we don't go, nobody gets to shoot and most of us have over 100 miles round trip.
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