National Rifle Association Camp, Wimbledon Common
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|Partial / Incomplete Date||c.1881|
|Notes / History||View of the short ranges.
The NRA set standards for the targets. They stated that they should be square and that the overall size would be determined by the required shooting distance. A shooting distance of 200 yards meant the target was 6 foot by 4 foot with a bullseye of 8 inches square.