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Rob Leatham-Action Pistol’s Great one

Rob Leatham-Action Pistol’s Great One

Shoot To Win – Tips, Tactics, and Techniques to Help You Shoot Like a Pro By Chris Cheng

Chris Cheng won the season 4 title of “Top Shot,” in the History Channel’s Top Shot television series. To win the title, which includes a $100,000 cash prize and a professional marksman contract with Bass Pro Shops, contestants must beat military veterans, law enforcement officers and pro shooters.

SFC Emil Praslick

Legendary Marksmanship Unit Coach Retiring

A Cure for the Blur?

Not exactly, but Snake Eyes could keep you in the game

What’s in Your Range Bag, Hank Garvey?

Hank Garvey has been shooting for half his life, considering he started at the age of 8 — on a shotgun. Since 2011, he has been concentrating on International Double Trap, and it doesn’t look like he’s missed his target or focus much.

Shooting Sports USA - July 2015

Doug Koenig Wins The 2015 Bianchi Cup, Product Focus: Snake Eyes Sights, Bruce Piatt’s 2015 Bianchi Cup, Zeroing the AR-15 Service Rifle, NRA Sporting Arms Museum, 2015 Bianchi Cup Coverage, Shooter's News, Coming Events

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?

Kim Rhode wins Gold at Pan Am Games, defends the Shooting Sports

Kim Rhode won the Women’s Skeet gold medal at this year’s Pan American (Pan Am) Games in Toronto. Team USA’s sole women’s skeet competitor was able to beat Argentinian Melisa Gil 15-12, dropping only one target in the gold-medal match. In the semifinal match, she set a Pan Am Games record with a perfect 16/16 score. Her qualification score of 74/75 is also a Pan Am Games record, and tied the current world record. This is Rhode’s fourth medal overall and second gold at the Pan Am Games.

Shooting is 90% Mental

We generally agree that “shooting is 90 percent mental,” but apply it in very personal ways. When a coach emphasizes the need to focus, for example, one shooter’s interpretation may be to bear down and think harder, while the next may visualize “living in the moment” and relaxing.

Women of the AMU

Whereas many might think of the Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU) in terms of the world’s toughest men, it also trains steely-eyed women champions.

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