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.
Nebraska's Rachel Martin Wins the 2015 NCAA Smallbore Rifle Championship
Sophomore Cornhusker waits to shoot the good shot in the NCAA finals
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.
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.
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.
Zeroing the AR-15 Service Rifle
The term “zero” means finding a sight setting that, under some set of conditions, results in a centered shot group. Those conditions include distance, ammunition, and event. Other variables that factor in include rifle, temperature, atmosphere, place, yet the list can continue.
2015 Crawfish Cup NRA Action Pistol Regional
Seventy-five competitors from 16 states made their way to Southwest Louisiana for the 2015 Crawfish Cup. This was a major increase from the 51 competitors at the match in 2014.
Bruce Piatt's Bianchi Cup Heartbreak
In April Bruce Piatt won the Crawfish Cup regional match, which is held in Lake Charles, Louisiana, every year prior to the Bianchi Cup. While celebrating the win, I was informed that for the past three years, the winner of the Crawfish Cup had gone on to win the Bianchi Cup the same year. So who am I to break a tradition?