Prone Rifle is one of the most accurate forms of rifle shooting around: telescopic sights are banned because they would make it far too easy.
It has been a major part of the Old Silhillians Rifle Club ever since the club was founded and continues to play a significant role, with teams shooting in summer and winter postal leagues, an internal competitions programme, a significant OSRC presence at nearby long-range shoots and, of course, the regular Tuesday night range session.
While the equipment used may seem cumbersome and complex to the novice, it quickly begins to feel reassuringly supportive. If you'd like to give Prone a try, there is plenty of expertise within the OSRC to help you get started, smooth out the learning curve, assist with equipment set-up, and ease your transition into a fully-fledged prone shooter.
Prone sessions are on Tuesday evenings and Sunday mornings.