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Shooting Sports USA - November 2013

NRA Club Champion Matches, 2013 National Police Shooting Championships, Trap & Skeet Training Ammo, Action Pistol Drop Holsters, AR-15 Twist Rates

What’s In Your Range Bag? Dania Vizzi

Junior World Champion International Skeet competitor Dania Vizzi won the World title last year at the World Championships in Granada, Spain.

Kim Rhode wins Gold at Pan Am Games, defends the Shooting Sports

Kim Rhode won the Women’s Skeet gold medal at this year’s Pan American (Pan Am) Games in Toronto. Team USA’s sole women’s skeet competitor was able to beat Argentinian Melisa Gil 15-12, dropping only one target in the gold-medal match. In the semifinal match, she set a Pan Am Games record with a perfect 16/16 score. Her qualification score of 74/75 is also a Pan Am Games record, and tied the current world record. This is Rhode’s fourth medal overall and second gold at the Pan Am Games.

2015 Crosman All-American Field Target Championship

Air rifle field target is, quite simply, one of the toughest shooting challenges that any target shooter can face.

Vincent Hancock Finalist for 2014-15 Team USA Award

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Vincent Hancock's 2015 season got even better Thursday as The United States Olympic Committee announced the 2014-15 finalists for the Team USA Awards presented by Dow, Best of the Year, which recognize the outstanding achievements of Team USA athletes year-round.

NRA Adaptive Shooting Program Vision

According to Disabled-world.com, the June 2014 Active People Survey out of England found that “72.1 percent of disabled people take part in no sport or physical activity, compared to 47.8 percent of non-disabled people.

Catching up with Shooterina: Dania Vizzi

“Shooterina” is a fitting nickname for this former ballerina, who now spends most of her spare time on skeet ranges throughout the world.

2016 Olympic Preview: Rio In Sight

Years of build up. Hours upon hours of prep. Bullets cast and guns raised. All for a 10-day period of time that defines our existence as athletes and a sport.

Women Teaching Women

I started shooting because I was afraid of guns. That’s the first thing I tell someone who is a little nervous at first. I always get the “you’ve got to be kidding” look. No, you don’t have to start young. No, you don’t have to grow up with guns. Yes, it’s okay to be a little nervous/excited your first time holding a shotgun.

NRA President Allan Cors

Mentored by men who had a passion for owning firearms and shooting, he went on to become a Distinguished Rifleman himself.

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