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Mexico City 1968 Olympics: We Fought Well (Part 4)

Part four of our look back at the Mexico City 1968 Olympic Games.

Julie Golob Wins Ladies Title At 2021 Flagler Cup

Competing at her first major match since 2019, top action pistol shooter Julie Golob walked away with the High Lady award scoring 1906-153X.

The Early History Of Sight Micrometers

You could probably put a sight micrometer in the middle of a table at a modern gun show and not one person out of a dozen would know what it is.

Antwerp 1920 Olympics: Everything But The Kitchen Sink

Part 1 of our deep dive of the U.S. shooting team at the Antwerp 1920 Olympic Games.

First Year At Camp Perry: 1907 National Matches

In 1907, the immense machinery of the National Matches was moved to the mammoth new range at Camp Perry, Ohio.

Competitive Shooting Legends: Brig. Gen. Ammon B. Critchfield

Brig. Gen. Critchfield advocated for Camp Perry as a new home for the National Matches.

How Gen. Ammon Critchfield Discovered Camp Perry In 1905

An excerpt from Brig. Gen. Critchfield's memoir, with his account of the discovery of the land on the Lake Erie shore that would become the longtime home of the National Matches.

Last Year At Sea Girt: 1906 National Matches

Enlarged in 1905, Sea Girt was nonetheless too small to support growing National Championship attendance. The search for a new venue wouldn't take very long, however.

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. Shooting Team and the competition itself.

London 1908 Olympics: The U.S. Team Almost Missed The Games

The United States Cartridge Company led the way for ammunition makers to contribute funds for the 1908 U.S. Olympic Shooting Team. Part 1 in our series on the London 1908 Olympic Games.

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