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London 1908 Olympics: The U.S. Team Almost Missed The Games (Part 2)

The second installment of our series on the 1908 Olympic Games focuses on the U.S....

Competitors’ Corner: February 2020

Highlights from the February 2020 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA’s competitive shooting journal.

How To Calculate Rifling Twist Rates For Stabilizing Bullets

How heavy or light a bullet will your rifle accurately shoot?

The 7.5 Swiss: A Reputation For Precision

The 7.5 Swiss cartridge is historically significant and has superior precision when used in the...

What Is That Milsurp Loading?

Is your milsurp ammo safe? Ball on the left, tracer on the right for the...

Last Cartridge Of An Empire: .303 British

With factory FMJ ammo still available, reloading the .303 British isn’t necessary, but for many...

Classic SSUSA: U.S. Rifle Teams Compete In South Africa

In 2013, Anette Wachter shared an insider view of what it means to travel and...

America’s .30-40 Krag Is Still In The Ring For VMR Competition

Vintage Military Rifle enthusiasts shouldn’t count out the venerable .30-40 Krag. Here’s why.

.310 Martini Cadet: The Little Rifle That Could

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

How To Select A VMR That’s Best For You

Choosing a Vintage Military Rifle (VMR for the unacquainted) to use in competition isn’t difficult...

Five Reasons Why 6.5x55 mm Is The Best Vintage Military Rifle Cartridge

To start, the rifles and ammo are very easy to find

How To Find Quality Vintage Military Rifle Ammo

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

Hornady VMR Match Ammo

Vintage Military Rifle match rules prohibit accurizing the rifles, but nobody says you can’t use...