Sealand 300 metre

    This is the 300 metre range at Sealand and as can be seen from the red flags, firing is not actually taking place (the second "butts" flag is quite small and is just to the right and slightly above the "12" marker). The targets in use at this time are very small, hence they are not obvious in this view. Target scoring at this distance is usually done by means of a butts party, of one person per target, waving a 'lollypop' in front of the target in order to indicate the value of the shot. The access to the butts can be seen on the left and the wall provides protection for the butts party. The whole range complex is owned by the military who let civilian clubs have access when they are not shooting and usually this means a Saturday.

Sealand 300 metre range.


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