Full title reads: "Bisley. 'See The Conquering Heroine Comes' Again! Miss Muriel Foster ... adds to Women's recent triumphs over men, by winning the King's Prize ... for the first time in history against 99 of Empire's Best Shots."
The winning shooter, Miss Muriel Foster,...
Muriel Forster wins the King's Prize at the Bisley shooting competition.
Historic events during the reign of five British Monarchs.
Interview with Miss M E Foster, the first Markswoman to win the King's Prize for rifle shooing at Bisley.
Warrant Officer Bennet wins the King's Prize for shooting at the Bisley Range.
Douglas Woods from Nottingham wins the King's Prize at Bisley.
Sister F.G. Preston firing during the Bisley Meeting.
Corporal AC Hale wins the Rifleman's highest honour in a shooting contest.
Prize winning rifle shot shown at home and demonstrating his technique.
Nice item showing women participating in all kinds of sport in the 1920s.
Cadet Woods receives a warm welcome in Nottingham after having won the King's Prize.
Roundup of the news at holiday season.
Captain J A Barlow wins the King's Prize at Bisley.
Lord Tedder & Sir Walter Monckton watching, winner Major Twine sitting on chair & lifted.
Long documentary about horse racing - mostly about the involvement of royalty.
Lieutenant Colonel R. M. Blair wins The King's Prize in shooting competition at Bisley, Surrey.
Footage of the King's Prize shooting competition at Bisley in Surrey.
A rifle competition for the King's Prize, won by Sergeant A. G. Fulton.
The Queen sees her prize for shooting won by Sergeant G. Westling. Bisley, Surrey.
Events of the years 1911-1913 - the Womens Suffrage Campaign, preparations for war etc.
Compilation of motor racing footage - Italy, Monaco, Brooklands etc.
Prince Edward visits various locations in South Africa, part of official Royal Tour.
King's College of Wimbledon win the Ashburton Shield for shooting at Bisley in Surrey.
King's 100 shooting competition, Sqd. Leader Willot is winner.
The winner of the King's Prize for shooting is carried around Bisley on a chair.