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National Air Rifle Champ On Learning High Power: ‘This Is A Game-Changer’

Jaycie Hoenig ended up learning more than she could have ever dreamed at the 2017...

Shooting Coat 101

A primer on the leather, nylon and canvas shooting jackets that can boost your scores

Extreme Long Range: The Ultimate Team Shooting Sport

It’s not about the individual placing on the leaderboard―it’s about the team.

A Page From History: Pistol Pointers

An introduction to competitive pistol shooting—from 1956

Review: Ruger AR-Lower Elite

This fully-assembled mil spec AR-15 lower greatly simplifies a MSR rifle build

Everything You Need To Know About Bolt-Action Rifle Triggers

The little things between you and the X-ring

Getting in Condition

Conditioning your body to minimize movement as you squeeze a trigger is a matter of...

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

We asked Larry Carter of Larry’s Guns to help us with an analysis of red...

A Clinic on Precision Pistol Fundamentals, Part II

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

A Clinic on Precision Pistol Fundamentals, Part I

Brian Zins has won an unprecedented twelve national championships, a record that may never be...

Gearing Up for Competitive Shooting in 2017

Some new important competitive shooting gear from the 2017 SHOT Show.

The History of Colt

“Abe Lincoln may have freed all men, but Sam Colt made them equal.”

Visual Disturbances Through the Aperture

Rifle and pistol shooters commonly experience the "entoptic" phenomenon.

Gunsmithing Q & A: Service Rifle Trigger Job

What is recommended for competition?

The Mental Game: Getting Back "In The Zone"

We asked seven champions how they “re-set” themselves mentally.

The 1907 Army Pistol Trials

The selection of the Model 1911 was by no means a foregone conclusion when the...

Getting Started in F-Class Competition

NRA formally recognized F-Class in 2005, when it was included in the NRA High Power...

Is High Tech Cost Killing Competition?

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