We can offer repairs to smallbore rifles, air rifles and air pistols.
These services are offered by Chris Lacey of Laceys Shooting Services.
Chris is a former Commonwealth Games shooter.
Now in its 10th year the show has moved to the NEC, dates are February 16th-18th with free parking.
This is the most stable of the small-bore shooting positions due to the large support area and low center of gravity. It is the entry level discipline for most new club members.
Air Rifle is shot from an unsupported standing position. Most rifles use compressed air (sometimes CO2 gas) to propel the 4.5mm (.177 inch) calibre pellet the 10m to the target. Rifles have a maximum weight of 5.5kg. Specialised clothing is worn to enhance the stability of the shooting position.
Air Pistol is shot from an unsupported standing position holding and firing the pistol with one hand. Most pistols use compressed air (sometimes CO2 gas) to propel the 4.5mm (0.177 inch) calibre pellet the 10m to the target. Pistols have a maximum weight of 1.5kg, the trigger must be able to support a weight of 500g before firing and must fit in a box of set dimensions. Flat-soled shoes that do not cover the ankle are the only specialised clothing allowed.