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Firing Double-Action And Single-Action Revolvers

The process for firing a revolver depends on whether a single- or double-action gun is used.

A Page From History: Candle Practice

In the late 19th century, competitive shooters would develop novel approaches to marksmanship training.

How To Clear 4 Common Semi-Automatic Malfunctions

The faster shooters can clear malfunctions, the better their scores will be.

Handgun Operation: Types Of Pistol Actions

All about the different actions available for pistols, such as this Smith & Wesson Jerry Miculek Model 929 single/double action revolver that belongs to champion shooter Josh Lentz.

6 Great NRA Publications Videos To Watch

Some of our favorite videos featured on the NRA Publications YouTube channel.

New: Federal Premium High Overall Shotshell Line

Federal says that "HOA offers competitive shooters the best plastic shotshell product on the market."

From En Bloc To Box Magazine: M1s Mimicking M14s

If you’ve ever thought the M1 Garand would have been a better rifle if it had a box magazine, you’re not alone—John Garand thought so, too. Are those M1 Garands in the photo? The answer is yes they both are.

Competitors’ Corner: July 2021

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

5 Tips To Improve Your Service Rifle Prone Shooting

More than 50 percent of the National Match Course is shot in the prone position, so it pays for Service Rifle shooters to know how to shoot well on the ground.

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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