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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Colt

Since the 19th century, Colt has been at the forefront of the firearms industry―designing and...

Groovy: Tip-Offs For .22s―Or Maybe Not

Receiver grooves accept only tip-off rings. The .22 rimfire’s minimal recoil makes the concept viable.

A Brief History of Anschutz

A brand well-known to competitive shooters, Anschutz has become synonymous with successful shooting at a...

Effects Of Altitude On Bullet Drop

Bullet point of impact will change depending on the elevation. This question and answer from...

NRA Annual Matches Move To Sea Girt In 1892

Built in 1889, the 148-acre Sea Girt Range was located in New Jersey, along the...

Walter R. Walsh: FBI Agent and National Matches Legend

Over a shooting career that spanned eight decades, Walter Walsh mastered all of the disciplines:...

Bisley Shooters Seek 1966 Queen’s Prize

The shooting center at Bisley is a legendary venue that’s pretty much been England’s national...

How To Get Your Match Rifle Dialed In

Classic tips from the old coach on how to get your match rifle to hit...

The Great 1874 International Match

How the United States rifle team prevailed over the Irish at Creedmoor in 1874. Bonus:...

.310 Martini Cadet: The Little Rifle That Could

Mini Martini Marksmanship: This miniature rifle was born out of the necessity to teach marksmanship...

Meteorology And The National Matches

Did early 20th century rifle shooters use weather stations at the National Championships? Are modern...

What’s In Your Range Bag, Nancy Tompkins?

Matriarch of a shooting dynasty, Nancy Tompkins was interviewed by Barbara Baird for the September...

Too Much Recoil? The Arisaka May Be Your Solution

The WWII Japanese Type 38 dates back to 1897. It’s comparatively mild 6.5x50 cartridge may...

Volunteers Make The Difference At National Matches

Volunteers that toiled through the 1968 & 1969 National Matches possessed two common denominators: NRA...

A Page From History: The 1923 Palma

The Palma Rifle match was reborn in 1923, and anticipation mounted as to match conditions...

Barrel Length Vs. Accuracy

A Page from History: Answering reader questions about barrel length versus accuracy, and Remington 720...

Silhouette Target Shooting

“Fun targets fall down, break or bleed.” —Leigh Wilcox

Effects of Cant

Understanding rifle cant includes understanding physics, but the most errors come from not holding the...

The Quigley Bucket Challenge

Actor and NRA board member Tom Selleck played the key role in the movie Quigley...

The History of Ruger

Sturm, Ruger & Co. is a company who is dedicated to the firearm industry, and...
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