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Shooting Sports USA - June 2013

Collegiate Shooting Programs, Accurizing a Revolver, DCM/CMP/NRA Explained, Zero/Lapua Pistol Team, Kent Reeve Interview, Milt Sparks Holsters

Doug Koenig's Sweet Sixteen

Thanks to his 16th Bianchi Cup win, the “World’s Best All-Around” shooter amplified his already remarkable shooting resume.

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

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

Ruger Match Champion

Introduced in 1985, the Ruger GP-100 double action (DA) revolver was an improved replacement for their Ruger Security Six. It has since earned a well-deserved reputation as sturdy, reliable and accurate.

Five Tips for Better Revolver Competition with Josh Lentz

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

Enter the Action Shooting Arena

Easy to do—and can be a valuable learning experience

Accurizing a Revolver

A revolver's simple appearance can be deceiving, as David outlines in this article about preparing a "wheel gun" for match grade performance.

Time Tripping: N-SSA Fall Skirmish and NRA Civil War Championship

Ever fire a cannon as part of an artillery team, at a target 100 yards away? Now I can say yes, after attending my first North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA) Fall National Skirmish this past weekend.

Double Tap Drill: The First Step on the Path to Success

The most basic skill set required of action pistol competitors is the one that will begin over 80 percent of all courses of fire—facing the first target in the array, then drawing and engaging it with two rounds when the buzzer sounds.

Vadasz Wins Seventh National Police Shooting Championship

Robert Vadasz won the NRA National Police Shooting Championship with a Grand Aggregate score of 3471-230X.

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