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Remembering Kevin Angstadt’s Amazing 2014 Bianchi Cup Championship Run

Balancing his day-job with fourteen years of hard work and practice, “local boy makes good”...

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

If you have room in your vault for one more competition rifle and you’re willing...

NRA Whittington Center: A Prairie Paradise For Shooters

Whether you’re a high power rifleman or a hunter, the NRA Whittington Center offers the...

Places To Shoot: Beloit Rifle Club

Home of the annual Wisconsin Outdoor Pistol Championship

A Page From History: Pistol Pointers

An introduction to competitive pistol shooting—from 1956

Cathy Winstead-Severin Dominates NRA Silhouette Rifle Championships

Cathy swept all four guns at the NRA Silhouette Championships in Pennsylvania, and then swept...

All About Cowboy Action Shooting

Whether shooting authentic period firearms or dressing like Wyatt Earp, there’s a lot of fun...

Top 50 Women in Competitive Shooting

In no particular order, a list of the greatest female shooters in competitive shooting today

A Page from History: 1952 International Competition

In 1952, the NRA was the governing body for international competition in the USA.

Vertical Dispersion: Is It Your Ammo, or Something Else?

Before you begin load development, evaluate the rifle you’re working with.

Blueprinting Bolt-Action Rifles

Build your own sub-MOA gun—blueprinting reduces the shot-to-shot variation in the motion and vibration of...

Custom Chambers, Your Gunsmith and You: Part 2

A carefully chosen, talented and knowledgeable riflesmith can be a tremendous resource.

The First Upside Down Gun?

Even after being banned from international competition in 1956, production continued on this revolutionary gun.

Finding a Gunsmith

How to find and work with a good gun mechanic.

Understanding the NRA Classification System

The NRA Classification System was created to help maintain interest among shooters by dividing them...

Is High Tech Cost Killing Competition?

Competitors will always push for an equipment advantage―it is in our DNA.

How To: NRA Black Powder Target Rifle Competition

Very few rifles besides the Sharps were as instrumental in taming the American West.

A Competitor’s Story: Kayla Bodron

Instagram trolls inspired Tactikayla to improve her competition skills.

Team SSAA Competes at 2016 NRA Silhouette Cowboy Lever Nationals

The Aussies earned selection via the SSAA Cowboy Nationals in May 2015.
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