YOU ARE VISITING THE NEW IN-BUILD SITE OF THE U.K. HISTORIC ARMS RESOURCE CENTRE - MINIATURE CALIBRE RIFLES REFERENCE FACILITY

ON THIS PURELY NON-COMMERCIAL SITE YOU ARE SUBJECTED TO NO COOKIES, NO TRACKING, AND NO ADVERTISEMENTS
MENU ONLY...............PLEASE BE AWARE THAT SPECIALIST "3D" ROTATIONAL IMAGERY ON THESE PAGES MAY TAKE LONGER THAN USUAL TO LOAD............... MENU ONLY


SMALL-BORE TARGET RIFLES


with BSA rifles (including a few notable sporting versions)
- plus mention of some other well, and lesser-known, equivalent manufacturers' designs


Small-bore TARGET RIFLES - click images or captions for more information

 

^ BSA Model No. 1 ^

 

^ BSA Model Nos. 2 & 3 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 2 Cadet & Scout pattern ^

 

^ BSA Model Nos. 4 & 5 ^

 

^.BSA Model Nos. 6 & 7 ^

 

^.BSA Model Nos. 8 & 9 ^

 

^ BSA Model Nos. 10 & 11 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 12 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 13 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 14 ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 15 and "Centurion" rifles ^

 

^ BSA Model No. 12/15 ^

^ BSA Pump-action ^

 

^ BSA Century ^

 

^ BSA Ralock ^

 

^ BSA Armatic ^

 

^ BSA Martini International & Mk.II ^

 

^ BSA Martini International Mk.III ^

 

^ BSA Martini International Mks.IV, V & ISU ^


OTHER MANUFACTURERS' TARGET RIFLES

^ The Greener Converted Martini take-down rifle ^

 

^ The Greener Queen's Cup rifle ^

 

^ The Westley Richards Martini rifle ^

 

^ The Cogswell & Harrison "Certus" rifles ^

 

^ The Parker-Hale CMT rifles ^

 

^ The Vickers Martini rifles ^

 

^ The Parker-Hale Dewar rifles ^

 

^ The Australian Sportco Martini rifle ^

 

^ The Remington 37 & 40-X rifles ^

 

^ The Winchester 52 rifles ^

 

^ The Barnett " Ten-X" rifle ^

 

^ The Jurek rifles ^

 

^ The Anschutz Match rifle of 1954 ^

 

^ The Finnish Lion ^

 

^ The Walther of 1963 ^

 


Return to: TOP of PAGE

See this website's Raison d'être