What was the standard for marksmanship in the pre-WW II (but post WW I) British Army? For the Rifle Brigade, "A Rifleman was expected to hit at least five bulls and four inners out of ten at five hundred yards, and to fire at ten rounds a minute. Failure meant encouragement to apply for transfer to another unit." Was the King's Royal Rifle Corps held to the same standard? How about an (non-rifle designated) infantry unit? Taken from Gregg's Rifleman.