Bisley


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Bisley

(ˈbɪzlɪ)
n
(Placename) a village in SE England, in Surrey: annual meetings of the National Rifle Association
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Q: We are wondering whether to have our four-year-old Labrador, Bisley, castrated as he is beginning to show slight stroppiness when other male dogs approach him.
Although I lack the aristocratic blue blood of a high society well doer, I do enjoy the grip-frame named after the quaint village of Bisley, England.
Built on the frame of the Colt Single Action Army, the Bisley was designed to meet the demands of shooters competing in the Bisley pistol matches in Great Britain.
Senior Sergeant Christopher Saina from General Service Unit (GSU) has retained the Kenya Open Full bore Bisley Championships title.Saina completed his fifth Cup success when he crushed a field of 24 other finalists in a grand finale at the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) Shooting Range, Laikipia on Saturday.
The Bisley site is currently operational and within 400m of the Thames Basin Heaths Special Protection Area (SPA), which means the land would not be appropriate for a residential development likeHMP SendinRipley.
Today you'll find Hunter (integral scope base cuts), Bisley (Bisley grip) and Bisley Hunter (grip and scope cuts) variations in addition to the standard version in blue and stainless.
Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan hams it up with her favorite - the classic Filing Cabinet from British brand Bisley.
11 FS in any of the bigger handgun cartridges; however, I own Bowen custom Ruger Bisley conversions in .454 Casull and .475 Linebaugh, and you're welcome to drop by any time to try a few.
He also Otundo wants to be in the leadership which will lead Kenya to adopt the Bisley bible.
A: You have a Colt Bisley SAA variant manufactured in 1903.