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A Page from History: Pistols for the 1905 National Matches

Pistols at the National Matches were pretty straightforward, until a supply of M1911 pistols became...

A Page from History: Notable Shooter A.C. Gould

Mr. Gould made several contributions to the advancement of organized shooting in this country.

A Page from History: The U.S. Air Force Pistol Team

TSGT Arnold (Arnie) Vitarbo recounts the early days of the U.S. Air Force Marksmanship School...

A Page from History: Inherent Pattern

A multishot gun, even with perfect barrel and ammunition, has a natural property of dispersing...

A Page from History: Rifling Twist and Bullet Flight

From the September 1951 issue of American Rifleman.

Tin Cans and The National Matches—1921

The National Matches have been, almost from the beginning, a place for experimenters.

A Page from History: Looking Through the Rear Sight

From the April 1938 issue of American Rifleman.

A Page From History: The First Televised Rifle Match

From the April 1955 issue of American Rifleman.

A Page From History: Clips and Magazines

From the January 1956 edition of American Rifleman.

Going Distinguished

As far back as 1884, excellence in shooting sports has been recognized with the “crown...

Smith & Wesson Introduces 2016 Professional Shooting Team

Industry Legends Julie Golob, Doug Koenig and Jerry Miculek take the lead for Team Smith...

M1 Garand Service and Maintenance

Your M1 Garand used to throw empties forward and to the right as it should,...
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