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Mossberg’s Model 144: Excellent Accuracy From “Good Enough”

Mossberg made precision .22s for competition? Yes, they did, and 70 years later this one can still punch out the X-ring.

Melbourne 1956 Olympics: Caviar On Our Faces

Part 1 of our look back at the shooting events at the Melbourne 1956 Olympic Games.

All About Harry Reeves

Harry Reeves took to pistol shooting as the proverbial duck to water.

Legends: Art Cook 1928-2021

Arthur Edwin “Art” Cook, “the Cookie that would not crumble,” passed away on Feb. 21, 2021.

A Short History Of Randle Trophy Team Awards

The Randle Trophy for International competition between women's rifle teams was inaugurated in 1952 by Mr. Thurman Randle, a past president of the NRA. Special awards for team members came soon after.

The 400 Club: A History

In 1933, one of the most exclusive clubs in all of competitive shooting made its debut. And surprisingly enough, the 400 Club had much in common with high society clubs in New York City during its short existence.

Early Thoughts On Moving The National Championships

As early as 1954, references were made regarding moving the National Matches from Camp Perry to other suitable venues, such as Camp Atterbury, or even alternate, future "Ultimate Range" sites in Missouri and Oklahoma.

The Legend Of David Tubb

David Tubb is (arguably) the best competitive rifleman in history. For Tubb, above all else, he never takes "no" for an answer.

All About Emmet "Doc" Swanson

Former NRA President and competitive shooter Doc Swanson (a dentist by training) was liked and respected by everyone who knew him.

The Golden Era of Exhibition Shooters

Exhibition shooting was the premier way for top shooters to display their prowess back in the day. Let us take a look at some of these long gone, but never forgotten shooters like Annie Oakley, Adam Bogardus and Plinky Topperwein.

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