Battle range

Bat´tle range`

1.(Mil.) The range within which the fire of small arms is very destructive. With the magazine rifle, this is six hundred yards.
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So long as I fought the Achaeans Hector suffered not the battle range far from the city walls; he would come to the Scaean gates and to the oak tree, but no further.
In a high-quality field, his main rivals are likely to be Mr Madeit and Battle Range.
Tenders are invited for Provision Of Close Quarter Battle Range At 14 Gtc Subathu
Others to note are Aine's Choice, Battle Range, One Conemara, Path To Freedom and Viaduct Jack.
The nine-year-old has a near-faultless career record at Alnwick and gets a confident vote to strike gold again from Oscar Stanley and Battle Range.
HUNTERS who followed the old adage of horses for courses were rewarded when Quick Oats, Lough Inch and Battle Range all obliged on Saturday's Meynell & South Staffordshire card at Garthorpe.
Tom McClorey's mount has been successful on his last two visits to Garthorpe and can keep the bandwagon rolling by defying a 10lb penalty against recent Hexham dual scorer Battle Range and Michael Bannister's prolific winner My Old Piano.
Coward has enjoyed an injury-free campaign in 2016 and, fittingly, on her last ride between the flags before retiring to concentrate on her new career as a trainer, signed offwith a winner on Battle Range at hexham last sunday.
Seven-time Yorkshire champion Jacqueline Coward signed off her riding career with a winner on Battle Range in the Ladies' Open Race in the second fastest time ever recorded at the track.
Battle Range returned from a five-week break to outclass his 10 rivals in the Ladies' Open Race.
After missing the 2014 season with a leg injury, Battle Range returned to action last March and was placed in two of his three starts.
Reigning National Ladies' champion jockey Jacqueline Coward holds all the aces in her bid to win the Yorkshire Ladies' title for a record seventh time, with the likes of Alfoisin, Battle Range, Narciso and former Royal Ascot hero Pevensey.