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Shooting Sports USA - May 2013

Annual Postal Champions Listing, Ruby Fox, M1A Match, New ISSF Rules, History of Slings

Book Review: TROUBLESHOOTING

If you watch cable television, you may recall seeing Gabby make it to the individual stage during Season 4 of the History Channel’s TOP SHOT Series.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Mike Tagliapietra?

You could say that Mike Tagliapietra had a great year last year. Named the 2014 Paralympic Athlete of the Year, this Wisconsinite’s performances in prestigious world competitions qualified him to be the lead and the face of the Paralympic Program for USA Shooting.

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

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

Guns of Competition at the NRA Sporting Museum

A trip to the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum, located inside the flagship store of Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, Missouri, offers an opportunity to see several unique gun collections— such as “Hollywood Guns, “Lawmen and Outlaws of the Old West” and “Guns of the Texas Rangers.” A priceless collection of prestigious firearms lies within the cases of this beautiful museum. Stoney Roberts, manager of the museum, brought to life the various firearms of the “Competition Shooters Collection.”

Shoot To Win – Tips, Tactics, and Techniques to Help You Shoot Like a Pro By Chris Cheng

Chris Cheng won the season 4 title of “Top Shot,” in the History Channel’s Top Shot television series. To win the title, which includes a $100,000 cash prize and a professional marksman contract with Bass Pro Shops, contestants must beat military veterans, law enforcement officers and pro shooters.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Amy Sowash?

As a little girl, Amy Sowash dreamed of shooting in the Olympics, especially when she plinked pop cans with her dad. She didn’t start taking the journey seriously, though, until she began preparing to attend college. At that point, Sowash started shooting competitively with rifles, and the next year, she walked on to the University of Kentucky rifle team.

A Short History of American Target Development and Evolution

The first competitive shooting target in the United States was little more than a black circle drawn on a blazed tree trunk with a piece of charcoal pulled from a campfire.

Enter the Action Shooting Arena

Easy to do—and can be a valuable learning experience

Rifle Slings and International Shooting

The year was 1921. The place—Lyon, France. The occasion was the nineteenth World Shooting Championships at 300 meters.

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