Back in the days when Her Majesty's (Victoria's, not EIIR) Army was stationed over one fifth of the Globe, the Lee Enfield rifle was introduced. Unique for it's time, it had a ten round magazine (vs. the typical five), and the small professional army trained for the "Mad Minute": fifteen hits in a 12 inch target at 200 yards, in one minute. In 1914, Sgt. Alfred Snoxall scored 38 hits in a minute.
Well, Enfield owners in the UK still meet up every year for a Mad Minute competition:
Note: when I lived in the UK, it was within earshot of this firing range at Bisley.