HC Deb 07 May 1907 vol 174 c58
MR. FELL (Great Yarmouth)

I beg to ask the Secretary of State for War whether, having regard to the fact that the value of the gun ammunition annually expended in the past by the Militia Garrison Artillery was about £12,000, and that no ammunition is to be issued for their training this year, although there is sufficient surplus ammunition available, the changes contemplated in that force will render such gun practice useless; and, if so, will the ammunition saved this year become obsolete.


The reply is in the negative. The ammunition which would have probably been used by the Royal Garrison Artillery Militia will be available for other practice with similar guns in ensuing years.