For Sale is a Double Page Drawing by Charles Wyllie taken from "The Sphere," July 13th 1907, showing "The National Rifle Associations Meeting at Bisley, a Bird's-eye View of the Ranges."
All the week Rifles have been rattling merrily at Bisley, and the importance of the meeting has never been greater, for it has been imensely increased by the spread of rifle clubs up and down the country. Bisley, which is four miles from Woking, became the home of the National Rifle Association (founded in 1860) in 1890, when the growth of the population at Wimbledon made the range impossible. The first shot at Bisley was fired on June 12, 1890, by the present Queen. Mr. Wyllie has here given a bird's-eye view of the numerous ranges.