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Shooting Sports USA - May 2013

Annual Postal Champions Listing, Ruby Fox, M1A Match, New ISSF Rules, History of Slings

What’s in Your Shooting Bag, Gabby Franco?

Gabriela (Gabby) Franco exudes energy and confidence as she travels the country teaching firearms courses and competing in USPSA matches. A former pistol competitor on the Venezuelan Olympic team, she moved to the U.S. in 2002 after claiming three gold medals in the South American Games. Many know her from Season 4 of History Channel’s “Top Shot” series.

Book Review: TROUBLESHOOTING

If you watch cable television, you may recall seeing Gabby make it to the individual stage during Season 4 of the History Channel’s TOP SHOT Series.

Doug Koenig's Sweet Sixteen

Thanks to his 16th Bianchi Cup win, the “World’s Best All-Around” shooter amplified his already remarkable shooting resume.

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

2015 NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championship

Mountaineers win second rifle championship in one week

The All-American Program

Created in 1936, the All-American award honors collegiate shooters in the rifle, pistol, and shotgun disciplines. Award recipients are selected by NRA's Collegiate Programs Committee, one of 39 policy-making committees of the Association. The selection committee is comprised of individuals well known in the competitive shooting community. Some committee members are former All-Americans, have served as coaches of All-Americans, or both.

Yesterday’s Rifle – The 1924 Olympic Smallbore Rifle

Smallbore rifle shooting was a frequent part of the international and Olympic shooting competitions prior to World War II, and was included in the 1924 Paris Olympics.

A Short History of American Target Development and Evolution

The first competitive shooting target in the United States was little more than a black circle drawn on a blazed tree trunk with a piece of charcoal pulled from a campfire.

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