Your own club RMTC has posted on it's site the rules for what will be our local bell target league - The East Lancashire Bell Target League.
This league is based around the Classic Match Air Rifles and so should generate a similar ( or better response ) in this aera to that already acheived by the MPL.
John and I have already made the first backstop for testing its suitability for use in our church hall, and if all goes well we will be shooting there to the East Lancs rules within a few days time.
Last edited by zooma; 18-01-2013 at 10:31 PM.
closest to Worcester has been going since 1907, and is going strong. We use full power recoiling springers only with open sights, and most folk shoot HW's or TX's or Prosports, with a smattering of older stuff like RB Airsporters and HW 80's, so are true to the sports roots in respect that they are pretty much off the shelf guns (obviously with added open sights on the Air Arms) just as they were back in 1907.
There are plenty of younger shots (under 21's) and we also have an all ladies team in the league.
Any form of shooting aid is banned ie. no funny jackets and shoes so it is a relaxed atmosphere, and is shot in a good variety of local pubs and village halls;
As others have said, league rules vary from location to location, so guns can be all sorts.
This was my reply to one of your questions that referred you to your own club site to check the rules for the East Lancs Bell Target League - the one we hope to be shooting in together with the Rivvy lads.
Take a look at them - I have added a link to my signature to make it easier for you to find