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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.

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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.)

SHOT GUNS.

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.)

SPORTING GUNS.

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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