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Baillie-Grohman (W. A.) One cause of our
defeats: the service rifle. (Fortnightly Rev. n. s.,
v. 67. (v. 73) pp. 373-381. London, 1900.)

Bispham (George Tucker). Smoky powder and
Springfield rifles. Why they were furnished our
volunteers. Jour. Military Service Inst.
v. 27,
pp. 203-218. Governor's Island, 1900.)

France.-Guerre, Ministère de la. Instruction
provisoire du 28 novembre 1899 pour le tir à dis-
tance réduite et le tir réduit avec le fusil modèle

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Rivett-Carnac (J. H.) Swiss rifle clubs. (Nineteenth Century. v. 47, pp. 936-949. London, 1900.)

Starr (George C.) The Forest and Stream handbook for riflemen. Giving forms for organization of rifle associations, by-laws, rules...and a list of rifle associations in America. New York: J.B.Ford & Co., 1876. 2 p. l., 3-52 pp., 6 l. 16°. Weston (A. H.) The rifle club and range. New York: Harper & Bros., 1879. vii, 1 l., 178 pp. 16°.

Rifle matches.

Scoffern (John). The royal rifle match on Wimbledon Common; with specialities of rifles and rifle ammunition... also, a full description of new lubricants, and a criticism on the Swiss and English styles of rifle-shooting. London: Ward & Lock, 1860. 96 pp. 12°.

Amateur Rifle Club. Report of the executive committee upon the international match (of 1874). [Brooklyn,] 1875. 8°.

Description of the international rifle match, held at Creedmoor, Sept. 26, 1874, with diagram of targets and copy of by-laws of Amateur rifle club of New York. Ilion, N. Y.: Citizen Print, 1874. 35 pp., I pl. 12°.

International rifle-match at Creedmoor, Sept. 26, 1874; with valuable statistics and information on the subject of long-range rifle practice. New York City: Amateur Rifle Club, 1875. 81 pp., pl., ill. 8°.

Leech (A. B.) Irish riflemen in America. London: E. Stanford, 1875. vii, 216 pp., I map, I plan, 12 pl. 12°.

Stevens (J.) Arms & Tool Co. Stevens rifle contest. List of winners in 1901, and announcement and conditions for 1902. n. p. [1902?] 8 1.


Rifle ranges.

National Rifle Association. Bisley Common. Approximate plan of ranges. London: Waterlow & Sons, 1860. folded 24°.

Programme of the opening of the range of the N. R. A. at Creedmoor, Queens Co., L. I.......... 1873. New York [1873]. 12 pp., 61. 8°.

Crook (H. T.) The range question. (Jour. Roy. United Service Inst. v. 44, pp. 1026-1040. London, 1900.)

Great Britain.-War Office. Volunteer rifle ranges. Grants which it is proposed to make out of the sum of £40,000 taken for this purpose in the military works loan, 1899 (Head 3, subhead 2). London: Harrison & Sons, 1900. 4 pp. F. (Cd. 13.)

Rifle ranges closed in Eastern District Return "...since the gradual issue of the LeeMetford rifle, beginning in 1890." 15 February, 1900. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, prtrs. [1901.] 4 pp. F. (H. of C. paper 59.) Return showing how many purchases of land for... rifle ranges have been made by county or borough councils or volunteer corps... London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, prtrs. [1900.] 4 pp. F. (H. of C. paper 129.)

Rifle ranges.

Hoc (E.) Note sur les champs de tir et stands des sociétés civiles. (Rev. du génie militaire. v. 20, pp. 487-506. Paris, 1900.)

Journée ( ). Choix et établissement des champs de tir pour armes portatives. (Jour. d. sci. militaires. ser. 10, v. II, pp. 373-395; v. 12, pp. 65-80. Paris, 1901.)

Laying (The) out of rifle-ranges. (Engineering News. v. 45. p. 119. New York, 1901.)

Correspondence on rifle ranges. (Transac. Canadian Soc. of Civil Engineers. v. 15, pp. 4148. Montreal, 1902.)


Greener (W. W.) Choke-bore guns, and how to load for all kinds of game. London [1876]. ill. diagr. in pockets. 12°.

Modern shot guns. London: Cassell & Co. [introd. 1888.] xi, 192, iv pp., 1 pl. 8°.

Modern shot gun. 2. ed. revised. London: Cassell & Co., 1891. xi, 202 pp., 1 pl. 8°. Bursting (The) of fowling pieces. (Scientif Amer. suppl. v. 52, p. 21603. New York, 1901.) Shaw (L. H. De Visme). The shot-gun. I pl. (Badminton Maga. v. 14, pp. 46-55. London, 1902.)


Stonehenge, pseud. of J.H. Walsh. The shotgun and sporting rifle: and the dogs, ponies, ferrets, etc., used with them in the various kinds of shooting and trapping. London: Routledge, Warne, & Routledge, 1859. xvi, 448 pp., 20 pl. 12°.

Forsyth (James). The sporting rifle and its projectiles. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1867. 4 p.l., 186 pp., 4 pl., I tab. 2. ed. 12°.

Rouart (R.) Rapport sur les armes portatives (chasse). (Paris. Expos. Univ. de 1878. Gr. 4, cl. 40.) Paris, 1880. 8°.

Burgess (F. F. R.)

Sporting fire-arms for bush and jungle. London: W. H. Allen & Co., 1884. viii. 136 pp., 8 pl. 12°.

"Purple Heather.” Loads for modern gameguns. London: Alexander & Shepheard, 1893. 2 p.l., 36 pp. 12°.

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