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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.

The Best .22 Caliber Pistols for NRA Bullseye

Bullseye pistol favors accuracy and precision rather than pure speed.

Archivist John Grubar Retiring After Sixty Years With NRA

John Grubar's life have been far from boring. A Lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserve and Korean War Veteran, he quit his physical education teacher job at the University of Maryland sixty years ago to begin an illustrious career with the National Rifle Association of America.

Piatt Wins NRA World Shooting Championship

Bruce Piatt won the 2015 NRA World Shooting Championship.

Atkinson Wins Starlight 3-Gun Championship

Nick Atkinson of Texas has won the inaugural Starlight 3-Gun Championship.

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.

High Accuracy on the High Plains

James Avenell of Accuracy X won the inaugural Steamboat Challenge Action Pistol Regional with a score of 1916-168X.

How To: NRA National Records

One of the most coveted certificates a competitive shooter can earn is a NRA National Record. A National Record signifies that a competitor has performed at a level never reached by others. The significance of the National Record is validated by none other than the NRA Secretary.

High Power Shooter Wins Smallbore Regional with Innovative Tube Gun

John Sylvester used a "tube gun" to win the Manassas Prone Regional—an innovation that worked.

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.

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