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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.

Steyr’s SSG Carbon Is Now Available in the U.S.

Steyr Arms has announced that its newest SSG rifle—wearing an advanced carbon-fiber stock—has landed in America.

Training Yourself

Training yourself first requires you to know the principle idea you want to accomplish. Whether it is managing recoil, shooting a plate rack quickly or hitting a very small target near or far. It all starts with the principle idea.

Zins on Bullseye: Proper Pistol Grip

My grip is simple, it’s not hard to get into and once you get it, it will feel better, recoil will be better managed and the sights will always come back to alignment.

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.”

Anticipation . . . Everybody Does It

Yes, everybody. In some form or another, practically every bad shot that was not a grip or position issue was a form of anticipation. Jerking the trigger is in essence anticipation, bucking, heeling and flinching. All of these are forms of anticipation.

Brian Zins On Fixing a Bad Sustained Fire String In Precision Pistol

Sustained fire in precision pistol shooting has to be one of the toughest things to master. Most shooters have heard the saying, “Win a match on the long line and lose in the short line.” This is very true, and fixing a bad sustained fire string comes into play with this phrase.

Accuracy and Chronograph Testing, Part 2

How to obtain the best accuracy during rifle and ammunition testing.

Accuracy and Chronograph Testing, Part 3

Exploring the basic aspects of testing with optics.

The Geissele Trigger Revisited

Do-it-yourself installation of the Geissele Trigger, from none other than Carl Bernosky.

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