NRA National Matches Junior Camp Mentors Athletes
Abby and Dana Buesseler are two young athletes we can be proud of.
2016-2017 CMP Scholarships for Student-Athletes
CMP awarded $152,000 to junior marksmen through its CMP Scholarship Program.
West Virginia University’s NCAA Rifle Four-Peat
The WVU rifle team won an unprecedented 18th NCAA title this year—half of the total NCAA rifle championships ever held.
All-Girls F-Class Team Sets National Records at 2016 Championship
This all-girls F-Class shooting team set two records in Lodi, WI, this year at the NRA F-Class Nationals.
A Prediction Confirmed
Of the five rifle shooting events in the 2016 Rio Olympics—four were won by products of the American Intercollegiate Shooting programs.
Gallery: 2017 U.S. Army Junior Air Rifle National Championship
More than 150 competitors from 13 teams competed at this year’s national championship.
The Frank Parsons Trophy Bowl
Parsons was instrumental in modernizing the intercollegiate shooting program after World War II by successfully advocating replacement of the “military” standing position (arm supporting the rifle free of the shooter’s body) by the NRA-hip rest position common in domestic and international shooting. Parsons shot on the George Washington University (GWU) team that won the first Intercollegiate National Championship determined by nationwide sectional competition.
NRA Whittington Center: A Prairie Paradise For Shooters
Whether you’re a high power rifleman or a hunter, the NRA Whittington Center offers the finest shooting opportunities anywhere
Competitors’ Corner: January 2018
Highlights from the January 2018 digital edition of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA’s competitive shooting journal
California Grizzlies: Tribute to ‘Mama Bear’ Connie Taylor
Team Mom Connie Taylor took the a leadership role—her actions allowing the Grizzlies junior team to focus on the National Matches—instead of administrative paperwork