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We Need More Women Coaches

The youth shooting sports demographic has changed in a positive way over the last several years, moving from a predominantly male sport to a greater balance of male and female shooters.

Connecting with the Wind Or Surfing F-Class

I made the comment to Chip Lohman, the editor that "I lost my connection to the wind" when asked about how I did in a match. He asked what I meant by that and this article is the result.

M1 Garand Service and Maintenance

Your M1 Garand used to throw empties forward and to the right as it should, but today it’s been ejecting to the right rear. What does it mean? Or you’ve reassembled your Garand and now the action is locked up—what happened? And do you really need a gas cylinder lock screw wrench and gas cylinder wrench to disassemble the Garand?

Thrasher wins 2015 Smallbore Metric 3-P Championship

Ginny Thrasher won this year’s NRA Smallbore Metric 3-P Championship, dominating the competition with a score of 2305-81X, a full 35 points higher than 2nd place.

Enter the Action Shooting Arena

Easy to do—and can be a valuable learning experience

Should I Buy a Single-Stage Press, or a Progressive?

A question frequently asked by prospective handloaders: “Should I buy a single-stage press, or a progressive?”

Match versus Service Rifle—Which is Best For You?

When does a NRA High Power Rifle competitor know it’s time to retire their AR-15 for a match rifle? Another angle on that question is: why not just start with a match rifle to begin with? We’ll take a look at both approaches.

Training Yourself

Training yourself first requires you to know the principle idea you want to accomplish. Whether it is managing recoil, shooting a plate rack quickly or hitting a very small target near or far. It all starts with the principle idea.

Real Avid Pistol Tool

This pint-sized tool solves a lot of range problems.

Four Collegiate Coaches Weigh In On Postural Stability

We asked four collegiate coaches for their views on the following hypothetical question: “I have practiced dry-firing and sight-picture drills to train my eye and trigger finger for a controlled, well-timed shot. Our local club coach tells me my position is correct (head erect with a well-supported position, etc.). Are there any exercises or weight training that will help reduce my ‘wobble area’ and stabilize my hold, or should I just concentrate on my sight picture and accept a certain amount of movement?”

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