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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.

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?”

Vintage Military Rifle: Enjoy Competition While Avoiding the Arms Race

As-issued Vintage Military Rifle (VMR) Games levels the equipment playing field, emphasizing personal skills while also avoiding the escalating arms race for more and more precise—and expensive—target rifles and designer cartridges.

NRA President Allan Cors

Mentored by men who had a passion for owning firearms and shooting, he went on to become a Distinguished Rifleman himself.

Economy, Handloading and Training Value: Part 2

More ways to save money while still obtaining excellent results.

Historic Indoor Rifle League Keeps Winter Competition Alive in Northern Ohio

The Northwestern Ohio Rifle League has been firing events for nearly 90 years.

Why Some Shooters Are Really Good

For starters, they tend to work hard and have no problem adjusting their mindset.

CMP Summer Air Rifle Camp Alum Earns Spot on 2016 Olympic Team

“It’s been quite the experience, learning the path for qualifying for the Olympics—because I knew absolutely nothing about it,” Ginny Thrasher said with a laugh.

Sorting Match-Grade Bullets for Long-Range Accuracy, Part 1: Where to Begin?

Using this technique, a capable competitor can shoot a 1.319-inch five-shot group at 1000 yards.

Reclassifying is Not Sandbagging

Don't leave the sport—reclassify, get competitive and have some fun.

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