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Fiocchi USA Completes ISO Certification For North American Facilities

Fiocchi achieved the important milestone this month after a two-year initiative that reached every corner of the company.

Champions Crowned At 2021 SCTP College Nationals

The Scholastic Clay Target Program returned to the Cardinal Shooting Center in October to kick off its 2021 Collegiate Nationals.

Classic SSUSA: The Many Faces Of Walther

Walther underwent change in the early 2010s, including the hire of a new director of competitive marketing and new offices in Arkansas. In this article, first published in the March 2013 issue, Chip Lohman examines more than a century of Walther history, plus an evaluation of the then-new LG400 Anatomic Expert air rifle.

Remington Gun Club In Arkansas To Build New Sporting Clays Course

Remington Ammunition and the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation are partnering to build the new facility with funds from a MidwayUSA Foundation grant.

Fiocchi Ammunition’s Renaissance In The U.S.

Fiocchi’s expanding operations showcase CEO Anthony Acitelli’s vision for bigger ammunition line-ups and unparalleled service. Many don't realize that the company already has much of its output made in the United States. Here is an inside look at how Acitelli helped double the company's footprint.

Ruger’s New Left-Handed Custom Shop 10/22 Competition

Much more than a mirror image of the original, the new Ruger Custom Shop Left-Hand 10/22 Competition is new option for southpaw rimfire shooters.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Grant Kunkel?

Find out what Steel Challenge speed record-holder Grant Kunkel keeps in his range bag.

Competitors’ Corner: September 2021

Highlights from the September 2021 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA's competitive shooting journal.

Grant Kunkel: The Vision, Gear And Training To Be The Fastest

Grant Kunkel set the Steel Challenge community on fire when he crushed it at the 2021 World Speed Shooting Championship with a 53.97 score.

Reloading On A Budget Part 2: Turning Brass Into Loaded Rounds

It doesn’t require expensive equipment to finish the loading process after cases are properly sized and belled. Read this guide on the next steps.

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