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Review: SIG Sauer P320 X5

SIG’s 320 X-Series flagship is a full-size semi-auto pistol that’s designed for both competition and...

Video: The Unique Colt Camp Perry Pistol

For slow fire at the National Matches in the early 20th century, the Colt Camp...

7 Competitive Shooting Books You Need To Read

If you have been on the fence on these, take a closer look because there...

NRA Smallbore Rifle F-Class National Championship To Debut This Summer

F-Class has enjoyed immense popularity since the late 1990s, and now the NRA is rolling...

Five Easy Ways To Upgrade Your Service Rifle For Competition

Tips for increasing the accuracy of your service rifle in high power competition, within the...

Garand Entrance: The National Match Debut Of The M1 Rifle

Over 75 years ago the “finest battle implement” was proven ready for war during the...

A Page From History: BB’s And Air Guns

Page from History features classic articles on competitive shooting from the NRA archives

Why Dry Fire? Part 2

Start working now if you want to be competitive!

A Page From History: Maintaining Revolver Accuracy

In the 1940s, the invention of a new cleaning rod was a key innovation in...

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”...

A Page From History: Measuring Groups

Measuring groups quickly and efficiently

A Page From History: Altitude And Sight Setting

Adjusting your rifle and optics to prevailing conditions

M1s? M1911A1s? M9s? CMP Looks Beyond The Finite Supply Of Milsurp

CMP needs a new income source, because the supply of surplus military arms is almost...

Here’s How The U.S. Roberts Team Won Their Fifth Trophy Match

The U.S. team outdueled the British, 3838 to 3827, to win the 2017 Roberts Trophy...

Shooting Sports USA—Looking Back Over 100 Years

For over a century, competitors have been reading Shooting Sports USA for competitive shooting news

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: Accuracy Vs. Bullet Speed

How much does muzzle velocity matter?

Legends: Dr. Paul E.R. Nordquist, Jr

Shooting Sports USA author, notable Rifleman and Historian Paul Nordquist brightened the day of all...

How To Find Quality Vintage Military Rifle Ammo

Some VMR ammo, commercial and milsurp, is easier to find than others. This article outlines...
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