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Don’t Jerk It: Pistol Trigger Control Tips With Brian Zins

Don’t Jerk It: Pistol Trigger Control Tips With Brian Zins

Trigger finger placement really counts when the shot breaks. Now don’t get me wrong, stance,...
Rifle Fundamentals: Breath and Hold Control

Rifle Fundamentals: Breath and Hold Control

Learn how to hold your rifle perfectly still while you aim at the target with...
Rifle Fundamentals: Aiming

Rifle Fundamentals: Aiming

Choosing the proper sights, eye relief, sight alignment, sight picture, using your eyes in aiming...
Refining Revolver Trigger Technique

Refining Revolver Trigger Technique

Shifting trigger techniques can make a double action revolver as fast and accurate as any...
Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 1: Stepping Past Marksman

Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 1: Stepping Past Marksman

Going beyond Marksman in high power rifle begins with getting better at it, over and...
Drill Your Way To Victory

Drill Your Way To Victory

When winter weather closes the range, follow these easy drills in the comfort of your...
Video: U.S., English Prone Shooters Shine At 2017 Roberts Match

Video: U.S., English Prone Shooters Shine At 2017 Roberts Match

U.S. wins by 11 points, bringing their Roberts Match win total to five. Great Britain...
Fifth F-Class Rifle World Championships In Ottawa, Canada

Fifth F-Class Rifle World Championships In Ottawa, Canada

U.S. shooters win both F-Open and F-T/R Individual World Championships, and the U.S. F-T/R Team...
3-Position By The Numbers, Part 1—Standing

3-Position By The Numbers, Part 1—Standing

In the first of a three-part series, we present a virtual coaching session for each...
Why Dry Fire? Part 1

Why Dry Fire? Part 1

If you are tired of being fodder for the same people who every week stomp...
Biathlon: Shooting At 180 Beats Per Minute

Biathlon: Shooting At 180 Beats Per Minute

If you have room in your vault for one more competition rifle and you’re willing...
A Page From History: Pistol Pointers, Part 2

A Page From History: Pistol Pointers, Part 2

The second installment of Lt. Col. Jim Crossman’s introduction to competitive pistol shooting from 1956.
A Page From History: Pistol Pointers

A Page From History: Pistol Pointers

An introduction to competitive pistol shooting—from 1956
New: Trijicon 4-16x50 AccuPoint Riflescope

New: Trijicon 4-16x50 AccuPoint Riflescope

Battery-free is the way to be
NEW: Trijicon RMR Type 2

NEW: Trijicon RMR Type 2

Optimized for extreme usage
A Page from History: Offhand Rifle Shooting

A Page from History: Offhand Rifle Shooting

A good score is not made by a large number of perfect shots, but by...
All About Red Dot Sights for Precision Pistol

All About Red Dot Sights for Precision Pistol

We asked Larry Carter of Larry’s Guns to help us with an analysis of red...
Drop-ins Enhance Polymer Pistols for Competition or Self-Defense

Drop-ins Enhance Polymer Pistols for Competition or Self-Defense

Whether for action pistol competition or self-defense, polymer handguns get the job done and they...
A Page from History: Inherent Pattern

A Page from History: Inherent Pattern

A multishot gun, even with perfect barrel and ammunition, has a natural property of dispersing...
A Clinic on Precision Pistol Fundamentals, Part II

A Clinic on Precision Pistol Fundamentals, Part II

Aiming the red dot sight, forming a shot process and how to handle anticipation.
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