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How To Avoid Revolver Forcing Cone Failure

With a revolver, the forcing cone is one place highly susceptible to breakage. These tips...

Silhouette Sight Picture Tips

The advice included in this article about silhouette sight picture is timeless—as well as universal...

A Page From History: The 1991 National Matches

For the first time ever, tournament officials faced the prospect of conducting a national shooting...

Training Techniques For Silhouette

Let's talk about your silhouette training plan. To begin, you must have confidence in your...

Early Thoughts On Moving The National Championships

As early as 1954, references were made regarding moving the National Matches from Camp Perry...

Looking Back At The 2008 National High Power Rifle Long-Range Championships

If there was a feeling of déjà vu at the awards presentations during the 2008...

The Yackleys: America’s Shooting Family

For all five members of the Yackley family, competitive shooting is a way of life.

Looking Back At The 2008 National High Power Rifle Championships

In 2008, Carl Bernosky returned to the NRA National High Power Rifle Championships at Camp...

The Legend Of David Tubb

David Tubb is (arguably) the best competitive rifleman in history. For Tubb, above all else,...

2021 NRA Nationals At Camp Atterbury Schedule Released

Here is the schedule of events for the 2021 NRA Nationals at Camp Atterbury, plus...

Eric Hollis Slings: Stabilizing Rifle Positions And Strengthening Family Bonds

How does a top tier chef come to start a sling making business? Here is...

9mm Major Loads For Action Shooting

Here's the skinny on Eley and Everglades 9mm major ammo for USPSA competition.

Looking Back At The Inaugural NRA National Metric Championship

From the vault: Coverage of the first NRA Smallbore Metric Nationals in July 2010.

Amanda Elsenboss: Long-Range Specialist

SSgt. Amanda Elsenboss of the Army Marksmanship Unit’s Service Rifle Team was a dominant shooter...

NRA Sanctioned Matches Resume

The NRA Competitive Shooting Division is once again open for business and accepting tournament registrations...

Reading the Wind—Sometimes Simple is Best

Wind is an ever-present challenge in outdoor shooting, it pays to know how it moves...

Competitors’ Corner: July 2020

Highlights from the July 2020 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA’s competitive shooting journal.

Area 419 Maverick Suppressors Used By Top Two Finishers At Vortex Sandstorm PRS Match

Francis Colon and Matt Rooks took 1st and 2nd place, respectively, using the Maverick Recoil...

Why Build A Palma Rifle?

What compels a Service Rifle shooter to build a Palma rifle? Author Dennis Santiago details...

Excellence in Competition Rifle: Then and Now

Two competitors, one a Baby Boomer, the other from Generation Z, examine the past and...
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