There are a few types of shooting available to cadets within the ATC. Cadets will normally start out using the Number 8, target weapon, as shown above. Cadets will be given training and tested on their weapon handling skills to ensure they are safe to use the weapon, then will be given chance to obtain their marksmanship awards, proving their ability with the weapon.

L98 A2

Cadets also have the chance to learn to shoot with the L98 A2 weapon, which is a modified version of the assault rifle UK armed forces use.  A full bore weapon, 


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