Sealand 100 metre

    There is a long tradition of civilian clubs using military ranges in the UK (when the army are not using them). At Sealand this usually means Saturdays and as you can see it is a pleasant place to shoot on a sunny day, although in poor weather it is not so nice as the firing point is uncovered. The red flag on the right of the butts is used to indicate that the range is in use, and the absence of a separate lower red flag means that shooting can actually take place at this moment.

Sealand 100 metre range



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