Trafalgar Meeting: Entries Open

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The upcoming Trafalgar Meeting is a must in the Classic and Historic calendar, a celebration of all manner of firearms developed and shot prior to 1955, from flint lock pistols to SMLEs.

Held at Bisley on the weekend of Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October 2018, the meeting is open to competitors of all levels; the range crew create a welcoming and friendly atmosphere leading to an excellent weekend for all.

The Meeting also features a Dinner on the Saturday night, and a Trade Fair.

Entries are now OPEN, more details can be found on the Event Page 

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