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Practice Habits

There is no shortcut to learning how to shoot accurately during match conditions. Here’s what master shooters remind us about the importance of practice—lots of it.

Training vs. Practice: There is a Difference

Practice of skills that have no place in action shooting or defense of life.

Why You Need To Dry-Fire Practice

How much time do you spend on dry-fire practice? If the answer is none, you need to read this article! Practicing shooting techniques without using live ammunition, aka dry-fire practice, is a sure way to improve your competitive shooting skills

Pistol Trigger Control Tips

One of the most important of all pistol shooting skills is trigger control! Hint: It's all about having a smooth pull

Service Rifle: Advanced Offhand Technique With Dan Lowe

Olympian and 2019 NTI match winner Dan Lowe shares Service Rifle offhand tips.

New: X-Ring Plate Rack from Custom Metal Products

A plate rack with fully automatic pneumatic reset and digital competition controller ... Yes please!

WATCH: Texas Star From CMP Steel Targets

Remember: Always shoot the top plate first.

Review: Glock G44 .22 LR

It’s about time this iconic Austrian pistol company added a rimfire model.

A Page From History: Candle Practice

In the late 19th century, competitive shooters would develop novel approaches to marksmanship training.

Springfield Gallery Practice Rifles, Caliber .22

These rifles were popular at the National Matches until after WWII.

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