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How To Schedule National Range Officers Institute Seminars

Conducting a NROI seminar can be a boon for your club. These tips will help you navigate the waters.

Why Should You Care About Ballistics?

Ballistician Bryan Litz aims to make the science of accuracy accessible to the masses. Read our interview with the founder of Applied Ballistics.

2015 NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championship

Mountaineers win second rifle championship in one week

Economy, Handloading and Training Value: Part 2

More ways to save money while still obtaining excellent results.

Accuracy and Chronograph Testing, Part 7

How many groups should we fire, and how many shots per group?

Custom Chambers, Your Gunsmith and You: Part 3

Before choosing any off-beat cartridge, existing wildcat or designing your own wildcat, weigh the cost vs. any advantages.

Firing Out Of Battery?

Check out your firing pin strike indents for anything that looks off-kilter, it may be an indicator of your pistol barrel not being in full lockup

Remembering When Brian Zins Won His 7th NRA Pistol Championship

In 2005 at Camp Perry, Gy/Sgt. Brian Zins of the U.S. Marine Corps pistol team went from an elite bullseye shooter, to one of the greatest of all time after winning a record seventh NRA Pistol Championship title

How To: 1000 Yards For $1,000

Here's the twist: the rifle is for a left-handed shooter. We focus on achieving the goal of 1000 yards without breaking the bank

Service Rifle: Full vs. Reduced Course

NRA Service Rifle is one of the easiest shooting activities to get into. All you need is a decent AR-15, a sling, some ammunition and a 600-yard range.

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