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Return and Renaissance: U.S. International Rifle Shooting 1948-1966

After the United States withdrew from International Shooting Union sanctioned competition, U.S. international shooting was confined to the annual Dewar Team match and the Pershing Team competition.

The Future of High Power Rifle Using Electronic Targets

Electronic targets are not new, they have been used for years in International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) style shooting for smallbore rifle, pistol, and air rifle and pistol in the U.S.

A Page from History: 1952 International Competition

In 1952, the NRA was the governing body for international competition in the USA.

Biathlon: Shooting At 180 Beats Per Minute

If you have room in your vault for one more competition rifle and you’re willing to learn how to shoot with a pulse rate of 180 bpm, here’s a new sport for you

NCAA Collegiate Rifle Update: Top Three Schools Remain Undefeated

No. 1 WVU Mountaineers continue win streak, No. 2 TCU Horned Frogs have strong start, No. 3 Kentucky defeats No. 13 Navy at home

International Sniper Competition: Out Of The Shadows, Into The Limelight

They work in the shadows, but once a year convene openly to compete against one another at a famed U.S. Army post.

How To Watch Biathlon At The 2018 PyeongChang Olympics On TV

Biathlon combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, two vastly different sports

You Should Know About Biathlon’s Biggest Rivalry

Martin Fourcade and Johannes Thingnes Bø have a friendly rivalry and will be competing in Pyeongchang for medals. Fourcade has been called the "Michael Jordan of biathlon"

Biathlon: Martin Fourcade Wins Mixed Relay Olympic Gold

Fourcade is the first athlete to win three golds at the PyeongChang Games and is now the greatest French Olympic medalist of all time

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