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Women Teaching Women

I started shooting because I was afraid of guns. That’s the first thing I tell someone who is a little nervous at first. I always get the “you’ve got to be kidding” look. No, you don’t have to start young. No, you don’t have to grow up with guns. Yes, it’s okay to be a little nervous/excited your first time holding a shotgun.

2016 Great American Outdoor Show Opens

Showcasing the outdoor traditions treasured by millions of Americans and their families, the nine-day experience will be held February 6-14, and is the largest consumer sports and outdoor show in the world.

Going Distinguished

As far back as 1884, excellence in shooting sports has been recognized with the “crown jewel” of marksmanship awards—the Distinguished designation.

The NRA International Distinguished Badge

More U.S. competitive shooters compete in World Championships events than ever before.

Closing a Match

Elite shooters understand they perform their best when they are consistent with their intensity and mindset.

Duel in the Sun: 2016 Berger Southwest Nationals

This year's SWN attracted over 400 long-range competitors from the F-Open, F-T/R and prone sling communities.

Past CMP Scholarship Recipient Becomes Collegiate Pistol Competitor

In the future, Irina will be training hard for her ultimate goal—competing at the 2020 Olympics.

What’s in Your Range Bag, Quentin Cauffman?

Quentin Cauffman began competing at the age of 10.

Winchester and Partners Break Ground for New Public Range

This will be the third range operated by the MDWFP, located on the Charles Ray Nix Wildlife Management Area just outside Sardis, MS.

What It’s Like to Shoot in College—And How to Get There

With Ashley MacAllister, head coach at the University of Nebraska.

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