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Classic SSUSA: Texan Beats The Heat On Way To 9th High Power Title

At Camp Perry in 2001, David Tubb secured his ninth High Power Rifle national championship victory.

A Short History Of Perazzi

For decades, a strategic vision and great human strength have taken Perazzi from a small workshop, to the hands of Kings and the highest sport conquests. Read this classic article from the SSUSA vault about the Italian gunmaker.

SIG Sauer Academy, The Light Foundation Partner For Corporate Training Day 2021

Proceeds raised from this event will directly benefit the programming of The Light Foundation.

Classic Doubles On The Clays Fields

Appreciate guns from a bygone era and yearn for the companionship of like-minded folks? You need a dose of classic side-by-side shotgun competition.

All About Harry Reeves

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

The Lord Wakefield Match History (Part 3)

The third installment of our look back at U.S. participation in the Lord Wakefield International Match.

Review: Caesar Guerini Invictus Sporting M-Spec

With outstanding balance, this smooth handling scattergun with fixed chokes is a clay shooter’s dream. There is nothing quite like a fine Italian shotgun.

A Page From History: The 1991 National Matches

For the first time ever, tournament officials faced the prospect of conducting a national shooting program without federal funding.

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.

Q&A: 7.62x51mm in a .308 Win. Lever-Action

Do you have extraction problems when using 7.62x51mm ammo in a .308 Win. lever-action rifle? Here are some answers.

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