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Shooting Sports USA - March 2011

Sights, Wind and Mirage, New Tactical Rifle Match, Smallbore Rifle Cleaning

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.

Smith & Wesson M&P C.O.R.E.

This versatile semi-auto can compete in a lot of games.

Kimber’s Custom TLE II

Accuracy and dependability right out of the box. Made in America.

Generation III Gun Championship

The Generation III Gun championship has six divisions including Heavy Irons, Heavy Optics, Open, Tactical Irons, Tactical Optics, and Thursday Shooter. Award categories include Junior, Lady, Law Enforcement, Military, Range Officer, Senior, Sponsored Shooter, and Thursday Shooter. Scoring will be based on time with stage points.

Brownells Lady 3-Gun Pro-Am Challenge East Match

This October 2-4, the Brownells Lady 3-Gun Pro-Am Challenge East Match will be held at the Clinton House Plantation in Clinton, South Carolina. The match will be limited to 250 female-only competitors, divided into professional and amateur classes in open, tactical irons and tactical open divisions.

What’s in Your Range Bag, Colton Cerino?

Colton Cerino shot his first gun when he was only four years old, a Ruger 22/45 pistol.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Tim Yackley?

At seventeen, Tim Yackley is one of the top junior shooters in the country. It all started on his fourth birthday when his parents bought him the classic Red Rider BB Gun. His days were spent shooting pop cans in his backyard. And no, he didn’t shoot his eye out, he always wore safety glasses.

NRA Announces 2016 Golden Bullseye Awards Winners

NRA Publications will present its annual Golden Bullseye Awards and Golden Bullseye Pioneer Award at an invitation-only breakfast on Friday, May 20, during the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Louisville, KY.

What’s in Your Range Bag, Brian Nelson?

Learning how to handle firearms safely began with a Ruger Single-Six .22 revolver at four years old. Now 18, Brian Nelson still has “his official first gun,” a Henry Youth Model .22.

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