Centrefire Gallery Rifle developed in popularity in the Uk following the prohibition of short firearms in 1997.
It requires a Lever Action rifle chambered in a centrefire pistol calibre which means that it can be practiced or competed on a range which is rated for pistols and does not require a range which is rated for the more high velocity rifle calibres.
Any calibre between .354 and .455 is permitted.
The most common calibres in Ireland include .357, .38 &.44.
The most common firearms in Ireland are the Marlin 1894 variants but Winchester and Rossi also make variants which would be permitted.
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