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Consistently Accurate

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.22 Rifle Cartridge Range

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The Choice of Champions Since 1828

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.22 Pistol Cartridge Range

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ELEY Olympic Hopefuls

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Matsuda Tomoyuki JPN Shooter Profile

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Tenex .22 Rimfire Cartridge

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Shooting disciplines and ammo

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Matt Emmons USA Shooter Profile

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Katerina Emmons CZE Shooter Profile

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Get the best from your ammunition

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ELEY Investing in the future

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Debevec going for 8 Olympics

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Jonas Jacobsson SWE Shooter Profile

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Advanced ammunition testing

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Worldwide Appeal

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Salukvadze going for 7 Olympics

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What’s happening in 2012

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ELEY Product Range


CONSISTENTLY ACCURATE Welcome to the 2012 ELEY product guide ELEY is a global leader in the manufacture of .22 rimfire ammunition.

World Target Shooting ISSF World Cup 1 - SYDNEY

ISSF World Cup 3 - FORT BENNING

ISSF European Championships 2011

Our aims are simple

50m Men’s 3 x 40 Rifle

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Continue producing the most technically superior ammunition in the world

50m Woman’s 3 x 40 Rifle

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25m Sport Pistol Women

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25m Sport Pistol Women

50m Free Pistol Men

50m Free Pistol Men

50m Free Pistol Men

Invest in the latest technology to achieve even better results

50m Men’s Prone

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100% Medal Wins with ELEY - Benchrest World Championships 2011 4 New World Records set with ELEY - Benchrest World Championships 2011

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ISSF World Cup 2 - CHANGWON

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50m Men’s 3 x 40 Rifle

50m Men’s 3 x 40 Rifle

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70% of all 2011 World Target shooting Medals won with ELEY

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71% of London 2012 Olympic quota places won with ELEY

World Rimfire and Air Rifle Benchrest World Championship 2011 - USA

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2 New World records and set in 2011 with ELEY

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THE CHOICE OF CHAMPIONS SINCE 1828 ELEY was established in Britain by William and Charles ELEY in 1828 and has a long and proud tradition in the manufacture of high standard rimfire ammunition. ELEY now specialises in .22 calibre cartridges and is widely regarded as the world leader with its flagship product TENEX, sold in more than 130 countries.

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First historic record of ELEY’s existence as C Eley appears on an advertisement launching Eley Patent Cartridges.

After the death of William Eley in 1841, the newly styled firm of Eley Bros. enjoyed a prosperous decade with the sons of William driving the business forward.

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Eley products received public recognition and were on show at the Great Exhibition.

To continue ELEY’s growth and further expansion, the brothers decided on the brave step of ELEY ‘going public’.

ELEY received the award of the Grand Prix at the Paris Exhibitions of 1898 and 1900.

Manufacturing of both metallic ammunition and shotgun cartridges were transferred to the plant at Witton, when Eley merged with Kynoch.

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Sweeping success at the NSRA Bilsely meeting, as Tenex is first introduced, and for the first time the British Championships were won by users of British Ammunition.

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Eley Tenex won all the gold and silver medals in the .22 events at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Five World Records were set by competitors using Eley Tenex at the firsts Championships of the American Shoot – Mexico

Eley triumphs at the 1976 Montreal Olympics winning 3 Gold, 3 Silver, 2 Bronze medals plus a New World Record.

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The name Eley first claimed public attention through an advertisement in the London Morning Chronicle,10 July 1828. The advert promoted the opening of an extensive manufactory that supplied patent cartridges, superior to anything else and hailed as the greatest improvements ever produced in gunnery. Later evidence suggests that the proprietors were two brothers, William and Charles Eley who were adventurous and courageous in developing this infant industry. In 1842, William ELEY’s son took over the business and developed the business in the second half of the nineteenth century, which included a major expansion in 1874, when shares were sold to the public. During this period ELEY won numerous awards for the quality of its products throughout the world, the most prestigious being the Grand Prix, which was bestowed on the company at the Paris Exhibitions of 1898 and 1900. The early 1900’s saw a major development when ELEY became one of the founding members of Nobel Industries alongside the world renowned

Kynoch Company. In 1928 ELEY became a subsidiary of what is now Imperial Metal Industries plc, a major publicly quoted multi-national engineering conglomerate, and currently within the FSTE 100. In May of 2003, ELEY completed a huge investment and relocated to a purpose built factory a few miles away from Witton. Not only does this demonstrate ELEY’s long term commitment as the world’s leading supplier of quality cartridges, more particularly it provided the modern facilities vital for future product research and development - all needed to remain the best in our field.

ELEY received the Queen’s Award for Technological Achievement for developing Eleyprime, a fully automated dry priming system.

Worldwide success at ISSF World Cup events in Sydney, Shanghai, Atlanta and Milan 37 out of 60 medals were won by Eley shooters including 15 gold medals.

Completed huge investment in a historically significant relocation of Eley to a purpose built factory a few miles from the Witton site.

At the Athens Olympic Games a staggering nine medals from a possible 15 were won with shooters using Eley cartridges, including Matt Emmons USA Prone, Jia Zhanbo China 3 Position and Maria Grozdeva Bulgaria Sport Pistol who struck Gold.

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ELEY’s flag ship product Tenex was developed in 1951, the concept behind developing Tenex was to provide shooters with rounds built to extreme accuracy and consistency.

ELEY possess extremely high levels of product and system quality, features which are acknowledged by the company’s accreditation to the ISO 9002 European standard.

A key aspect of ELEY’s competitive advantage is the technology used. ELEY’s Autoprime System was developed by the company in the early 1980s and remains to this day the only fully automated dry priming system in the world. ELEY continues its investment in new technology and this is clearly reflected through athlete success shooting ELEY ammunition.

Dominance at ISSF World Cup events, including 14 podium positions in the Prone competition.

The Olympic Games in Beijing was a great example of ELEY’s consistent ammunition, ELEY shooters won 12 out of 18 medals. Chen Ying and DU Li both set new Olympic Records shooting ELEY.

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Warren Potent claimed 3 World Cup gold medals for prone using ELEY Tenex.

Warren Potent equalled the world record for prone in the Sydney World Cup. ELEY experienced a 100% record in Gold medals at the Commonwealth Games.

70% of World Cup and European medals were won with ELEY ammunition, with more 2012 quota places won with ELEY.

Sole supplier for the London 2012 Olympic games

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01. Katerina Emmons (CZE) 02. Matt Emmons (USA) 03. Henri Junghaenel (GER) 04. Warren Potent (AUS) 05. Jasna Sekaric (SRB) 06. Valerian Sauveplane (FRA) 07. Robyn Van Nus (AUS) 08. Thomas Farnik (AUT) 09. Keith Sanderson (USA) 10. Jonas Jacobsson (SWE) 11. Damir Mikec (SRB) 12. Rajmond Debevec (SLO) 13. Stine Nielsen (DEN) 14. CĂŠline Goberville (FRA) 15. Zorana Arunovic (SRB) 16. Tomoyuki Matsuda (JPN) 17. Joao Costa (POR) 18. Leonid Ekimov (RUS) 19. Lioubov Galkina (RUS) 20. Vladimir Isakov (RUS)

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“of all London 2012 Olympic Quota Places were won with ELEY Ammunition”

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21. Jamie Grey (USA) 22. Nino Salukvadze (GEO) 23. Jason Turner (USA) 24. Jennifer McIntosh (GBR) 25. Olena Kostevych (UKR) 26. Jozef Gonci (SVK) 27. Snježana Pejčić (CRO) 28. Vebjoern Berg (SWE) 29. Simon Beyeler (SUI) 30. Annik Marguet (SUI) 31. Jong Oh Jin (KOR) 32. Artur Aivazian (UKR) 33. Andrija Zlatic (SRB) 34. Gagan Narang (IND) 35. Eric Uptagrafft (USA) 36. Dimitrije Grgic (SRB) 37. Jason Parker (USA) 38. Nemanja Mirosavljev (SRB) 39. Maria Grozdeva (BUL) 40. Niccolo Campriani (ITA)

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TENEX .22 RIMFIRE CARTRIDGE ELEY can be relied upon to produce the world’s best ammunition for shooters at all levels – right from beginner to Olympic Winner. Tenex revolutionised target shooting when it was launched in 1951. The name itself reflected the confidence ELEY had in this target round, which would potentially allow a marksman to consistently score ten shots in the X ring. We were right to have such faith in this first class target round, as 60 years on, Tenex has exceeded all expectations, long dominating international shooting competitions. During 2011, 70% of World Cup and European medals were won with ELEY ammunition, and more 2012 quota places have been won with ELEY compared to any other comparable product.

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Our enviable track record has been established from our commitment to investing in the best researchers, technology, manufacturing techniques and materials.


So what makes Tenex so innovative? Advanced engineering within the brass case, loading powder and priming composition is crucial; but it is a series of high tech statistical process controls that manage the production processes that contribute to setting the benchmark. World-Beating Quality

Revolutionary Bullet Shape

Competitive Edge

Tenex represents the pinnacle of .22 rimfire cartridge accuracy. Every aspect of its design and composition has led to the worldwide success of this premium ammunition.

The unique patented bullet shape, which is proven to provide precision performance every time is the secret to its success. A computer-controlled visual inspection of each bullet and an exacting system of process controls, ensure consistent standards at every stage of production. Its temperature-controlled lubrication system also ensures there is consistent chambering and barrel protection, all of which is protected by our enhanced packaging.

We are committed both to engineering excellence and to the continuous improvement of our products, which means we are constantly looking to refine Tenex’s specification so it maintains accuracy and competitive advantage. We test production samples in our sophisticated on-site test range to measure performance to an advanced level of accuracy, - therefore setting new standards in performance measurement. Only after it has passed a succession of stringent quality checks, will the batch be approved for release with the red Tenex label.

Our uncompromising approach to quality and stringent controls at every stage of production, ensures the optimum manufacture of case, bullet and assembly. Control of cartridge ballistics, including the patented Eleyprime, reduces velocity variability, bullet dispersion and rifle recoil.

What’s our secret? Tenex represents a series of major breakthroughs in the production technology of superior ammunition. Extensive testing and medal winning performances confirm that this unique product consistently delivers greater precision than any other cartridge on the market – raising performance standards for all .22 calibre shooters at all levels of competitions.

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Flat Nose | Revolutionary and patented bullet shape provides advanced flight and ballistic characteristics in all conditions Heel Inspection | High-tech inspection of the critical heel area ensures that every bullet is perfect. Case Mouth | The mouth of each individual case is trimmed flat to ensure the bullet is always seated perfectly. Exacting crimping standards ensure optimum pull-out force round to round. Propellant | Quality of propellant is measured electronically for each individual cartridge to guarantee consistent powder weight and constant velocity within each batch. Priming | Advanced air-conditioned priming facility allows a 75% improvement in the spread of primer weights compared to other manufacturers.

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MATT EMMONS USA Two time Olympic Medallist Matt Emmons is London bound for the 2012 Olympics after winning Team USA’s first quota spot in Munich 2010. Matt later qualified for the quota, through the USA Olympic Shooters qualification system in Colorado, and was announced as part of the USA Olympic shooting team for London.

Matt started competitive shooting at high school, when he caught the attention of the USA Shooting team when he won both the prone and 3x40 events in a 1997 match. From there, he continued to improve and win. At the age of 17, he became part of the National Rifle Team, taking the NCAA Rifle Championship four times running from 2000 - 2004. Matt is no stranger to competing at world level, as he won his first Olympic Gold in the 50m Men’s prone at Athens 2004.

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This is also where he met Katerina Kurkova, a fellow shooter, and three years later they were married. Matt went on to win a silver medal at the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing, and is looking forward to winning his third in London. There is plenty of healthy competition in the Emmons house with Katerina holding an Olympic Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal, so the pressure is on.

Achievements 2010 World Cup Belgrade

Gold medallist

(FR3X40)

2010 World Cup Sydney

Gold medallist

(FR3X40)

2009 World Cup Final Wuxi

Gold medallist

(FR3X40)

2008 World Cup Final Bangkok

Gold medallist

(FR3X40)

2007 World Cup Final Bangkok

Gold medallist

(FR3X40)

2007 World Cup Fort Benning

Gold medallist

(FR60PR)

2004 World Cup Final Bangkok

Gold medallist

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2004 World Cup Milan

Gold medallist

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2002 World Championships

Gold medallist

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2002 World Cup Final Munich

Gold medallist

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2002 World Cup Atlanta

Gold medallist

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2004 Olympic Games Athens

Gold medallist

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2008 Olympic Games Beijing

Silver medallist

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GET THE BEST FROM YOUR AMMUNITION Our rigorous testing ensures that ELEY can guarantee the accuracy of the best .22 ammunition in the world. Good, reliable ammunition is just one factor towards getting the best out of your firearm, we at ELEY understand that other variables need to be taken into consideration. These elements include: n

the make and model of the rifle or pistol used;

the number of times the barrel has been shot and how well the equipment has been maintained.

Strike Depth The diagram shows a cartridge case that has been shot. The indent – where the firing pin has hit the cartridge – is called the strike.

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All these will define which batch of ELEY ammunition is best matched to your firearm.

It is important to measure the strike depth on the cartridge because this is the point where the primer is activated. A minimum striker depth is necessary to transmit sufficient energy to the primer to cause its ignition and ensure that the cartridge does not misfire. The ideal depth for an ELEY cartridge is between 0.012-0.015in. This depth can be measured using a strike depth gauge.

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Strike Depth = 0.012-0.015in.


How to store ammunition ELEY ammunition should be stored in cool, dark and dry conditions within a lockable container. When stored in warm conditions, the wax lubricant, which has been specially engineered for easy loading into the chamber, will melt and could damage the barrel if shot. Shooters can be assured that ELEY ammunition has been designed for consistent chambering and barrel protection.

“I wouldn’t have had the success I have had without using ELEY’s excellent ammunition” Rajmond Debevec World Record Holder 3 x 40

Case Numbers Every case of ELEY ammunition has a specific number code printed next to the barcode, which relates to the grade of the product; manufacturing year; the loader on which it was produced; batch number; and the average velocity of the ammunition.

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DEBEVEC GOING FOR 8 OLYMPICS Rajmond Debevec of Slovenia is only the fifth shooter to ever compete at seven consecutive Olympic Games. Only one other Latvian, Afanasijs Kuzmins, who competed alongside Debevec at the 2008 Olympics has appeared at eight games, with Rajmond intending to equal this at the 2012 games in London.

Rajmond first started target shooting with a small air rifle at the tender age of 8. It was at the age of 15 that Rajmond became a member of the junior national team, and in 1980 he won his first medal by participating in the Junior European Championship with air rifle.

Achievements

He represented Yugoslavia at the Olympic Games in 1984 and 1988, and Slovenia in 1992,1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008. Highly respected for his skill and expertise in the 3Positions event, Rajmond was crowned Olympic Champion at the 2000 Sydney games setting an Olympic record of 1177p, which still stands today.

2011 European Championships Belgrade

Gold Medallist

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2009 World Cup Beijing

Silver Medallist

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2009 European Championships Osijek

Bronze Medallist

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2007 World Cup Sydney

Silver Medallist

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2007 European Championships Granada

Gold Medallist

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2007 World Cup Munich

Gold Medallist

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2007 European Championships Deauville

Bronze Medallist

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2006 World Cup Final Granada

Gold Medallist

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2006 World Cup Munich

Bronze Medallist

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2006 World Cup Milan

Bronze Medallist

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2000 Olympic Games Sydney

Gold Medallist

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2008 Olympic Games Beijing

Bronze Medallist

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Olympic Achievements

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BEIJING CHINA


Rajmond achieved sensational scores of 1186, shot with ELEY Tenex at the World Cup Final in Munich 1992, which became known among shooting experts as a World Record for the next century.

European Champion 2011, 1st of eight Quota places won shooting prone.

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ADVANCED AMMUNITION TESTING Our batch testing centre is the most advanced facility of its kind in the world, helping shooters to achieve their winning goal.

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Hundreds of target shooters, from club level winners to Olympic medalists, visit our specialist test facility every year to find the perfect ammunition match for their firearm. Our expert technicians work with each shooter to test batches of ammunition. This exacting process aims to identify which batch of ammunition will achieve consistent accuracy for the barrel and individual shooting style. Testing is very thorough due to every barrel having its own characteristics and each batch of ammunition being unique. What works at optimum performance in one barrel won’t necessarily work as well in another, this is why batch testing is so important.

Working with the best ELEY has a long standing and close working relationship with all of the main rifle and pistol manufacturers, to ensure their ammunition is compatible in these high quality firearms. When shooters come to test at the ELEY customer range, details are documented about their barrels, which gives them the opportunity to measure their performance over time when they come back to retest.

Expert help ELEY technicians are renowned for their excellent customer service. They work hard to provide both individual shooters and shooting federations from across the globe with valuable guidance on firearm performance. The technicians leave nothing to chance: everything is tested over and again to ensure that each shooter can be confident of a superb performance at each competition. ELEY’s multi-lingual staff also offer a unique service for international guests, helping with applications for a Visitor’s Firearms permit, flight transfers and accommodation, if required.

Testing at the customer range To book a test at the ELEY customer range, please contact our customer range officer with your preferred test dates, details of your firearm(s), where you will be travelling from and the approximate selection quantity you are looking for. With this information we can try to ensure you have a successful and professional test. Range booking form is available at www.eleyammunition.com Alternative Contact details Tel :+44 (0)121 313 4539, Email: range@eley.co.uk Minimum selection quantity is 5000 rounds

“When we produce Tenex, we take into consideration over 1000 moving variables to deliver the best .22 rimfire ammunition in the world”

Each shooter is asked to bring a small amount of the ammunition they are currently using, this is to give the shooter a visual reference to how the barrel is performing currently and how the barrel could perform with newly tested ammunition. It emphasises the importance of regular testing. World’s most advanced customer range test facility

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SALUKVADZE GOING FOR 7 OLYMPICS Nino Salukvadze of Georgia is a six-time Olympian, winning Gold and Silver while competing for the Soviet Union in 1988, and won bronze for Georgia in 2008.

Nino one of Georgia’s most durable Olympic Athletes has competed in six Olympic Games to date and after gaining a quota place, already knows she is going to be part of the team heading for the London 2012 Games. Nino started her Olympic adventure in Seoul back in 1988 when she debuted on the Games’ scene by winning a Gold and Silver medal. From there on, the shooter from Tbilisi took part in every Olympic Games right up until the 2008 Games in Beijing. Nino is married with 2 children and when not shooting she enjoys painting, reading and embroidery.

Achievements 2011 WCF WROCLAW

Silver Medallist

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2011 WC SYDNEY

Gold Medallist

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2011 WC CHANGWON

Bronze medallist

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2010 WCF MUNICH

Gold Medallist

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2010 WC BELGRADE

Bronze Medallist

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2009 WCF WUXI

Gold Medallist

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2009 ECH PRAGUE

Silver Medallist

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2008 ECH WINTERTHUR

Silver Medallist

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2006 WCF GRANADA

Bronze Medallist

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2005 ECH Tallinn

Silver Medallist

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Olympic Achievements

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Gold Medallist

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1988 Olympic Games SEOUL

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BEIJING CHINA


I am ready to go to London, to participate in my seventh Olympics with ELEY. Beijing 2008, a Russian and a Georgian shared the medal podium, putting aside the conflict that had erupted between the two countries and providing a lift to a Georgian team that had contemplated withdrawing from the Games.

Panderina & Salukvadze | Beijing 2008

Nino Salukvadze took Bronze for Georgia in the women’s 10m air pistol, with Russia’s Natalie Panderina collecting silver. After the medal ceremony the two posed together for photographers, their arms on each other’s’ shoulders, and Panderina gave Salukvadze a kiss on the cheek.

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ELEY PRODUCT RANGE

With over 183 years experience in making ammunition, we are proud to produce a fully comprehensive .22 rimfire product range. The range has been designed to suit all .22 firearms from single shot pistols and rifles to semi automatics. All rounds of ELEY ammunition are produced to extremely stringent quality controls and all made with the famous ELEY auto prime system. ELEY has become the choice ammunition for the world’s elite shooters due to the consistently accurate results it produces. When shooters become serious about shooting they turn to ELEY.

World class-leading products across all disciplines. Ballistic data provided as a guideline for all ELEY cartridges. Trajectories are typical examples based on calculations from an ELEY ballistic modelling spread sheet.

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The most consistently accurate Olympic standard .22 cartridge on the market.

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Muzzle 331 (1085) 50m (55yds) 303 (994) 100yds (91m) 285 (935)

Muzzle 14.5 (105) 50m (55yds) 12.1 (88) 100yds (91m) 10.7 (78)

Medal-winning Tenex cartridge for semi-automatic pistols and rifles.

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Muzzle 314 (1030) 20m (22yds) 304 (997) 50m (55yds) 291 (955)

Muzzle 13.0 (94) 20m (22yds) 12.2 (88) 50m (55yds) 11.2 (81)

Impressive results from a competition cartridge featuring many of the attributes of Tenex.

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Muzzle 331 (1085) 50m (55yds) 303 (994) 100yds (91m) 285 (935)

Muzzle 14.5 (105) 50m (55yds) 12.1 (88) 100yds (91m) 10.7 (78)

High accuracy for the serious competitive shooter.

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Muzzle 314 (1030) 20m (22yds) 304 (997) 50m (55yds) 291 (955)

Muzzle 13.0 (94) 20m (22yds) 12.2 (88) 50m (55yds) 11.2 (81)

Softer round with reliable functioning and high accuracy in all popular pistols.

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Muzzle 305 (1000) 20m (22yds) 296 (971) 50m (55yds) 284 (932)

Muzzle 12.3 (89) 20m (22yds) 11.3 (84) 50m (55yds) 10.7 (77)

Consistently accurate and excellent value for money cartridge.

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Muzzle 331 (1085) 50m (55yds) 303 (994) 100yds (91m) 285 (935)

Muzzle 14.5 (105) 50m (55yds) 12.1 (88) 100yds (91m) 10.7 (78)

The mid-range cartridge for winning club competitions.

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Muzzle 331 (1085) 50m (55yds) 303 (994) 100yds (91m) 285 (935)

Muzzle 14.5 (105) 50m (55yds) 12.1 (88) 100yds (91m) 10.7 (78)

An affordable entry level product, great for beginners and training.

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Muzzle 331 (1085) 50m (55yds) 303 (994) 100yds (91m) 285 (935)

Muzzle 14.5 (105) 50m (55yds) 12.1 (88) 100yds (91m) 10.7 (78)

Super accurate and super quiet, subsonic hollow.

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Muzzle 324 (1065) 50m (55yds) 300 (984) 100yds (91m) 281 (922)

Muzzle 13.9 (101) 50m (55yds) 11.9 (86) 100yds (91m) 10.4 (75)

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.22 RIFLE CARTRIDGE RANGE Enjoy the product range that allows you to progress through the levels - from total beginner to Olympic Medal-Winner. The ELEY rifle range is perfect for any rifle shooter no matter what their ability. When new to shooting, ability doesn’t warrant Olympic standard ammunition, ELEY has the perfect rounds in club and sport for new starters. These round nose rounds are excellent for getting a feel for the different disciplines. Warren Potent AUS 50m Rifle Prone

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When confidence and ability increases, ELEY’s revolutionary patented flat nose round is the obvious choice. More 2012 quota places and ISSF World Cup Medals have been won with the flat nose Tenex than any other brand, making it the real choice of champions.


tenex The most consistently accurate .22 cartridge on the market Tenex sets the standard by which all other target ammunition is set. It benefits from advanced production techniques and a revolutionary bullet shape.

Professional: Olympic-standard, medal-winning, premium-quality cartridges – the choice of experienced club and international shooters.

match A competition cartridge and top-level training round Featuring many of the attributes of Tenex, the Match grade represents amazing value for money while still providing competition-level accuracy.

Competition/Training: Top choice among the largest body of competitive shooters and a good training round for those who will use Tenex in competition.

team From the Tenex production line, with the same quality features Closer to that used by championship shooters but at a much more affordable price. A quality ammunition for the club shooter and upcoming juniors.

Intermediate: For the talented shooter who demands greater consistency and is aiming to improve results.

club Well-established Club round, now with even greater accuracy Used in all disciplines up to 50m range, this accurate cartridge is a popular choice for the club shooter and has been a consistent winner in competitions.

Development: A good starting point for shooters who are starting such shooting events as Prone and Olympic 3-P.

sport An affordable good-quality general purpose cartridge Sport is a quality, general purpose cartridge and is the most accurate cartridge on the market at this entry level.

Beginner: A good value round that’s ideal for those taking their first steps in precision shooting at ranges up to 50m.

“ELEY have always produced extremely good quality and highly accurate ammunition, Medals have been won past and present with Tenex and that’s why I choose to shoot it.” 21


.22 PISTOL CARTRIDGE RANGE The ELEY Pistol Cartridge range is designed to work for both semi automatic and single shot pistol disciplines. Traditionally, pistol shooters have preferred a round nose bullet due to its superior functioning characteristics in many semi automatic fire-arms. The choice of ammunition is down to personal preference, with some shooters still choosing to use flat nose Tenex, especially in the Free Pistol discipline. Others tend to use a combination of Tenex pistol, Match OSP and Match Pistol.

Zorana Arunovic SRB 10m Air Pistol & 25m Pistol

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tenex pistol Medal-winning Tenex cartridge for semi-automatic pistols and rifles Developed from the advanced production techniques of Tenex, Tenex Pistol features a round nose bullet profile and a specifically developed lubricant to prevent misfeeds.

Professional: For the professional pistol shooter seeking the highest accuracy and most consistent functioning. Also suitable for use in semi-automatic rifles.

match osp Match OSP provides high accuracy for the serious competitor With a round nose bullet profile, Match Olympic Sport Pistol incorporates many advanced features of Tenex Pistol and represents great value and accuracy.

Rapid Fire: The specification complies with ISSF regulations, making this a popular choice with the top shooters competing in Rapid Fire events.

match pistol Reliable softer round with high accuracy in many popular pistols Featuring a round nose profile and a reduced velocity, shooters enjoy low recoil, minimum sight disturbances, excellent accuracy and superb value.

Soft Feel: This cartridge has a much softer feel in the hand than those with a standard velocity offering.

club Class-leading Club round, now with even greater accuracy Used in all disciplines up to 50m range, this accurate cartridge is a popular choice for the club shooter and has been a consistent winner in competitions.

Development: A good starting grade for those beginning to shoot in pistol events.

sport An affordable good-quality general purpose cartridge Sport is a quality, general purpose cartridge and is the most accurate cartridge on the market at this entry level.

Beginner: A good value round that’s ideal for those taking their first steps in precision shooting at ranges up to 50m.

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TOMOYUKI MATSUDA JPN Matsuda from Japan has made a huge impact on the world circuit in both the Men’s Air Pistol and Men’s 50 metre Free Pistol events. Unlike lots of his fellow competitors, Matsuda wasn’t introduced to shooting until he became an adult. The opportunity to learn to shoot came when he joined the police force. 

He began shooting at world level in 2002, and now 10 years later he has won four World Cup Gold Medals, medalled at four World Cup Finals and became the World Cup Champion 2010 in both 50m Free Pistol and Air Pistol. Matsuda decided to switch his ammunition to ELEY Tenex just months before the 2010 World Cup Championships after testing it through his Morini Pistol. Matsuda is the first and only Japanese shooter to win the World Championships in both

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disciplines, having also secured his London 2012 Olympic quota place by winning the World Cup Championship in 50m Free Pistol. These great achievements led him to win ISSF shooter of the year for 2010.

Achievements

Matsuda has continued to shoot ELEY Tenex and throughout 2011 he continued his high level of shooting, winning three World Cup Gold Medals and Bronze at the World Cup Final. Matsuda is a great example of what you can achieve with the right ammunition and firearm combination.

2010 WCF Munich Gold Medallist

(FP)

2010 WCF Munich Gold Medallist

(AP60)

2008 WCF Bangkok Silver Medallist

(FP)

2008 WC Munich Gold Medallist

(FP)

2011 WCF Munich

Bronze Medallist

(FP)

2011 WC Munich

Gold Medallist

(AP60)

2011 WC Sydney Gold Medallist

(AP60)

2011 WC Sydney

Gold Medallist

(FP)

2010 WCF Munich

Bronze Medallist

(AP60)

2010 WCF Munich

Bronze Medallist

(FP)


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SHOOTING DISCIPLINES AND AMMO ELEY ammunition is known worldwide for its quality and consistent accuracy. This section provides an insight into the various disciplines of shooting which ELEY cartridges are used for.

Three Positions

Prone

Free Pistol

This discipline is a combination of three different shooting positions; Prone, Standing and Kneeling, and is always carried out in that order. Men shoot 3 x 40 shots of .22 ammunition from 50 meters in each shooting position, and women shoot 3 x 20 shots.

The prone position is the position of a shooter lying face down on the ground. It is considered the easiest and most accurate position as the ground provides extra stability.

Is one of three Olympic and ISSF shooting disciplines. It’s considered the purest precision shooting among the pistol events, and is one of the oldest shooting categories, dating back to the 19th century.

Both 3 x 40 and 3 x 20 are recognised by the Olympic and International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF). For beginners we recommend

For more advanced shooters, we recommend our patented flat nose.

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There is only one pure prone event that is an Olympic and ISSF discipline, this is the 50 metres men’s rifle prone. Prone is also included as the starting position in three position events for both men’s 3 x 40 and women’s 3 x 20.

The pistol used must be a 5.6mm .22 caliber, and may only be loaded with one round at a time. It must also be operated by one hand and not supported by any other part of the shooter’s body.

For beginners we recommend

For beginners we recommend

For more advanced shooters we recommend our patented flat nose

For more advanced shooters we recommend our patented flat nose


Rapid Fire Pistol

Benchrest

Sport Pistol

Shooters use a semi-automatic .22 calibre pistol for this discipline, which has an anatomical grip and can be adjusted for the shooter. The pistol has a 5 shot magazine which enables the shooter to shoot 5 shots in short succession, hence the name rapid fire. The aim of the discipline is to shoot a 500mm target from 25 metres.

As the name implies; this shooting discipline is shot from a seated bench, with the rifle supported by a front rest and a rear bag. There are three classes in Rimfire Benchrest; International Sporter, Light Varmint and Heavy Varmint. Benchrest is a shooting sport developed for extreme accuracy.

Sport Pistol is traditionally a women’s discipline, due to the ISSF rules. It combines a single shot precision and a rapid-fire stage, both shot at 25m.

For beginners we recommend

We recommend our patented flat nose

For beginners we recommend

For the more advanced

For more advanced shooters we recommend

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KATERINA EMMONS CZE Katerina Emmons CZE will be competing in her third consecutive Olympic Games in 2012 along with her husband, Olympic Medallist Matt Emmons.

Katerina actually started out with her sights set on swimming and she swam competitively from 1990 until 1997 when she dropped swimming and looked for a new sport. Shooting was the logical choice being the daughter of two-time world champion Petr Kurka, who is now her personal coach. Katerina tried rifle shooting, and soon discovered she had a natural talent for the sport and hasn’t looked back since. Katerina took part in her first Olympic Games in 2004 in Athens where she won a bronze medal in the 10m air rifle.

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As well as walking away with the bronze medal, she also met her future husband, American shooter Matthew Emmons.

Achievements

Katerina competed again for the Czech Republic at the Beijing 2008 Games. In the 10m air rifle qualifying round, she equalled the world record with a perfect score of 400 points before going on to win the event with a new Olympic record points total of 503.5. Soon after, she claimed her third Olympic medal winning a silver medal in the 50m Women’s rifle three positions. When not shooting Katerina enjoys photography, woodwork, playing the guitar and singing.

2011 World Cup Munich

Silver Medallist

(Air)

2010 World Cup Sydney

Gold Medallist

(Air)

2008 WC BEIJING Gold Medallist

(Air)

2008 ECH WINTERTHUR

Silver Medallist

(Air)

2008 WC MILAN Silver Medallist

(Air)

2007 ECH DEAUVILLE Gold Medallist

(Air)

2007 WCF BANGKOK Bronze Medallist

(Air)

2006 WC RESENDE Gold Medallist

(Air)

2006 WCH ZAGREB Silver Medallist

(Air)

2006 ECH MOSCOW Bronze Medallist

(Air)

Olympic Achievements 2008 Olympic Games Beijing

Gold Medallist

(Air)

2008 Olympic Games Beijing

Silver Medallist

(3 position)

2004 Olympic Games Athens

Bronze Medallist

(Air)


“Every time I put an ELEY Tenex cartridge in my rifle I know I have the chance to win Gold”

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ELEY INVESTING IN THE FUTURE Over the past two years ELEY has invested over £1million in new capacity, quality systems and engineers to ensure that it continues to maintain its leading position in the manufacture of .22 sports target ammunition. The investments include new measuring technologies to ensure that the processes continue to meet the exacting tolerances, and new capacity in case and bullet manufacture.

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The complex nature of the manufacturing processes demand that engineers have a broad range of skills, and ELEY has recently recruited engineers with pharmaceutical, automotive, and control systems backgrounds, to bring fresh and innovative ideas about how to continue to develop Tenex. Managing Director Andrew Lane says “We have an ambitious development programme to continue to improve the Tenex product. However the process

is tremendously complex with many subtle interactions between components, machines and gauges. As a result we find that the optimal solutions are developed in house ...you cannot go out and buy machines to make Tenex! All this means is that we need the best engineers to work on our processes, with world leading quality tools and techniques. In our plans, we already know what the next 10 improvements will be on the

Tenex production lines, which will ensure that every year Tenex continues to get a little better”. Recent improvements at ELEY have seen significant progress in the consistency of the primer dispensing process. The primer charge contributes about 10% of the overall energy in the round, and a consistent priming charge is critical not only for accuracy, but also for recoil and the feel of the ammunition.


Rifle shooters have for many years associated this consistency with accuracy, and Tenex is the round of choice for most leading target rifle shooters. However pistol shooters increasingly recognise this consistency as critical in establishing the muscle memory needed to become a world-class pistol shooter.

Investments will accelerate during 2012; with further capacity and quality developments within the factory, including refinements in the ammunition loading areas, bullet manufacture and customer range. Also critical to ELEY’s success is the continued investment in their people, who are trained in problem solving, leadership and 6 sigma statistical techniques.

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JONAS JACOBSSON SWE Jonas Jacobsson of SWE having participated in eight consecutive Summer Paralympic games from 1980 to 2008, has won a total of 16 Gold, 3 Silver and 9 Bronze medals, making him the best performing male Paralympics contestant in history.

Jonas started shooting when he was 8 years old alongside his father and brothers who all took part in some form of shooting, making it a natural choice for him to take up the sport. Jonas began shooting the air rifle and then air and full bore, where he first shot 50m when he was only 15 years old. Jonas has always been interested in a range of sports and has also competed in swimming, basketball and even a little table tennis.

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Jonas’s first international competition was in 1979, and it was in 1980 that he took part in his first Paralympics and won a gold and bronze medal. Since then Jonas has gone on to participate in every Paralympic Games, gaining at least one gold medal in each. Jonas holds 17 gold medals from IPC World Championships and 23 gold medals from IPC European Championship.

Achievements 1980 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Mixed Air Rifle)

1984 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Men’s Air Rifle)

1988 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Mixed Air Rifle Prone Team)

1992 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Men’s Air Rifle)

1992 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Mixed Olympic Match)

1996 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Men’s Air Rifle 3x40)

1996 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Mixed English Match)

2000 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Men’s Free Rifle 3x40)

2000 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Mixed Free Rifle Prone)

2004 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Men’s Air Rifle)

2004 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Men’s Free Rifle 3x40)

2004 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Mixed Air Rifle Prone)

2004 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Mixed Free Rifle Prone)

2008 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Men’s Air Rifle)

2008 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Men’s Free Rifle 3x40)

2008 PG Shooting

Gold Medallist

(Mixed Free Rifle Prone)


Jonas started shooting prone against able-bodied shooters, and competing in World Cup competitions during 2011, where he reached a final and a shoot off.

Jacobsson | Fort Benning

In 2009, Jonas was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Medicine at Linköping University. It is with sheer willpower and focus, that he has proven that having a disability does not prevent your dreams from becoming a reality.

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WORLDWIDE APPEAL The world’s top shooters want to shoot the best and that’s why they choose ELEY – time after time. Eric Uptagrafft USA Triple Silver Medal Winner 2011 in 50M Prone

Stine Nielsen DEN Silver Medal Winner World Cup 2011

Alexei Klimov RUS Gold medal Winner European Championship and Silver Medal Winner World Cup Final 2011

Jong Oh Jin KOR Gold Medal Winner at ISSF World Cup 2011 Fort Benning

We owe it to them to continue pushing the boundaries and pioneering new developments in the making of rimfire ammunition. From our modern technologically advanced production facility in Sutton Coldfield, UK, ELEY ammunition goes out to shooters all over the world. Because when they achieve success, we achieve it, too.

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Henri Junghaenel GER

Niccolo Campriani ITA

Gold Medal Winner World Cup 2011

Silver Medal Winner World Cup and World Cup Final 2011

Andrija Zlatic SRB Bronze, Silver Medal Winner World Cups 2011, Gold World Cup Final and European Championships 2011

Nino Salukvadze GEO Silver Medal Winner World Cup Final 2011


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Phillippines P B Dionisio and Co Inc 27 Don Alejandro Roces Avenue, 1103 Quezon City, Tel + 632 411 7444 www.pbdionisio.com info@pbdionisio.com Twin Pines 4 Linwayway St, San Juan, Metro Manila Tel +632 727 5252 Fax +632 727 5270 www.twinpines.com.ph hagentopacio@twinpines.com.ph Poland Kaliber 02-781 Warsaw, ul.M.Kolbego 16 Tel +48 22 641 60 46 Fax +48 22 641 60 46 www.kaliber.pl kaliber@kaliber.com.pl Macau San Man Lei LdA Travessa Almirante, Costa Cabral No.15 R/C Tel + 853 28 580385 Fax + 853 28 525192 Singapore Hock Ann (Sports) Pte Ltd 273 Beach Road, Singapore 199548 Tel +65 6298 0551 Fax +65 6294 8733 South Africa National Cartridge Co.Pty.Ltd. 119 Main Road Plumstead Cape Town Info@suburbanguns.co.za www.suburbanguns.co.za 021 x 797 - 8787 Tel. 021 x 797 - 9102 Fax. Spain Chano Shooting c/María de Echarri, 18– 20 50018 Zaragoza Tel + 34 976 522684 Fax + 34 976 741695 www.chanoshooting.com correo@chanoshooting.com

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Sweden Edman Precision AB Fabriksvägen 10, 564 35 Bankeryd Tel +46 36 13 97 10 Fax +46 36 37 81 57 www.edmanprecision.com info@edmanprecision.com

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WHATS HAPPENING IN 2012 04/01/12 - 07/01/12

29/03/2012 - 02/04/12

01/06/12 - 10/06/12

Swedish Cup International Air Gun Competition Sävsjö SWE

19th International Competition Rapid Fire Pistol Wiesbaden GER

ISSF World Championship Running Target Stockholm Sweden

13/01/12 - 15/01/12

17/04/2012 - 29/04/12

16/06/12 - 25/06/12

18th International Air Gun Competition Ruse SLO

ISSF World Cup Rifle / Pistol / Shotgun London GBR

ISSF World Cup Rifle / Pistol / Shotgun Beijing CHN

25/01/12 - 28/01/12 IWK International Air Gun Competition Munich Germany

13/05/2012 - 21/05/12

27/07/12 - 06/08/12

ISSF World Cup Rifle / Pistol Milan ITA

London 2012 Olympic Games London GBR

14/02/2012 - 20/02/12 European Championship 10m Vierumaeki FIN

21/05/2012 - 28/05/12

26/10/12 - 28/10/12

ISSF World Cup Rifle / Pistol Munich GER

10th Salona DC Open International Air Gun Competition Solin CRO

Information provided by the International Shooting Sport Federation

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Katalog amunicji Eley - 2012