All About NRA National Indoor Rifle and Pistol Championships
The NRA National Indoor Rifle and Pistol Championships are compiled from separate Sectional Tournaments fired throughout the country by open, junior and collegiate shooters
Popular Courses-Of-Fire For Young Rifle Shooters
Just starting out? We got you covered with this guide that includes how to complete your first shooting event, picking a course-of-fire and more.
Sarah Folsom Crowned JROTC Ultimate Female Fitness National Champion
Cadet Lt. Col. Sarah Folsom of Granbury H.S. MCJROTC takes top spot at 2022 National JROTC Fitness Challenge
2016 Smallbore State Team Postal Matches
New for 2016—there will be no registration fees for Smallbore State Team Postals! Shooters will also notice that smaller teams will be allowed, and participation pins will automatically be sent out.
Junior Girls Break Same Record at JROTC Regional Match
The first records only lasted for 20 minutes! Emma Thompson has repeatedly set and broken nine of her own Navy Sporter JROTC National Records.
U.S. Paralympic Team Seeks Country Quotas At 2021 WSPS World Cup Lima
The U.S. National Paralympic Team could add up to eight additional country quotas at the 2021 Lima World Shooting Para Sport (WSPS) World Cup, June 13–18 in Lima, Peru.
How To Watch Biathlon At The 2018 PyeongChang Olympics On TV
Biathlon combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, two vastly different sports
My First Rimfire: Thompson/Center .22 LR Contender Carbine
You will never guess why the author is such a big fan of her T/C .22 LR Contender Carbine.
Where Did The National Matches Originate?
The first annual match was in 1873, and NRA-backed legislation established the first National Matches in 1903
From Past To Present: High Power Rifle At The National Matches
From the formation of the first official championships to the National Matches of today, a look into the past shows how high power has been the backbone of the NRA national championship events