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Shooting Sports USA - December 2013

Inaugural December Cover Contest, NRA Board Resolution, Iron Sights in Sunlight, CMP Gun Shortage?

Rob Leatham-Action Pistol’s Great One – Part 2 Of Our Interview

Rob Leatham-Action Pistol’s Great One – Part 2 Of Our Interview

NRA America's Rifle Challenge: More Than Target Practice

The NRA America’s Rifle Challenge program has recently made waves with over 630 participants in 18 recreational training events organized since the program launched earlier this year and more to come, according to NRA training specialist Nathan Judd. No experience is required for participants, as the program is designed for shooters of all skill levels.

Smith & Wesson M&P C.O.R.E.

This versatile semi-auto can compete in a lot of games.

What’s in your Range Bag, Emily Holsopple?

Shooting since the she was 11, this quick study won the Women’s 50m Rifle 3-Position Junior Olympic National Championship at the age of 14 and never looked back.

Five Tips for Better Revolver Competition with Josh Lentz

The Team Smith & Wesson member shared five of his top tips for revolver competition.

The Right Rx for Aging Eyes

Regardless of the game being shot, there is an optical lens prescription that can get iron sights on target.

Real Avid Pistol Tool

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

Expecting Perfection, One Shot at a Time

Lon Pennington was 34 years old before he owned a gun, after which he decided he wanted to become a silhouette competitor.

Aiming the Red Dot Sight

I have found that many shooters think entirely too much. This is not rocket science, because if it were, I would not be a shooter. Hence, I am not smart enough to shoot badly. When Erich Bujung was the Olympic Pistol Team coach, he always said, “No stinking thinking. The mind is a terrible thing to waste and in Bullseye on the firing line, the mind is just a terrible thing.”

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