Army Target Rifle Shooting

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Search is your friend. Use the keyword "armoury" - for example:

Keeping private firearms in MQ has been done extensively here, and elsewhere.

If you're living in then it's often possible to get a letter from the QM/Adjt giving permission to keep weapons/ammo in unit armoury - but see also the comments here and elsewhere.

Others may be able to advise on where and how to get in some actual shooting. I've seen people bring their own firearms along on range days but I don't think it was very official... (more a case of being or knowing well the RCO).
 
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theinventor said:
Search is your friend. Use the keyword "armoury" - for example:

Keeping private firearms in MQ has been done extensively here, and elsewhere.

If you're living in then it's often possible to get a letter from the QM/Adjt giving permission to keep weapons/ammo in unit armoury - but see also the comments here and elsewhere.

Others may be able to advise on where and how to get in some actual shooting. I've seen people bring their own firearms along on range days but I don't think it was very official... (more a case of being or knowing well the RCO).
I have had a very well known General walk up to me on the range, and say "Ok Taff what you got today" only because he wanted to fire the 357 or 44/45 in my shoulder holster,

when useing your own weapon you must inform the RCO
And when making the declaration ensure you say" I have no MILITARY live rounds or empty cases" and you should be OK
 

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