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Taking The Mystery Out Of Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a common condition that causes blurred vision. Less common is actually understanding what...

Review: Ruger Custom Shop Super GP100 9mm Revolver

Ruger’s newest eight-shot double-action competition revolver will please 9mm fans.

How To Master Tight Pistol Shots With The Focus Drill

Action Pistol shooting is often considered to be a high speed, hose the targets affair....

Review: Ruger Custom Shop 10/22 Rifles

Upgraded from the standard models, these Ruger Custom Shop 10/22s are ready for serious match...

Review: Colt Gold Cup Trophy 9mm

This 9mm 1911 is match-ready straight from the box and there are plenty of games...

Review: Trijicon SRO Reflex Sight

Trijicon’s newest reflex sight offers the same rugged performance as the venerable RMR, but with...

Review: Ruger Custom Shop Koenig SR1911 Competition .45 ACP

Ruger’s latest offering is a match-ready Major-caliber single-stack.

Review: Savage A22 FV-SR

This new Savage .22 LR should have a lot of appeal for Steel Challenge shooters.

How To Get Started In Action Shooting

Here are some tips on how to enter the action shooting arena.

How To Deliver Accurate Hits On The Move

Shooting accurately while on the move is a valuable action pistol skill. These drills will...

Understanding USPSA Comstock and Virginia Count

It may sound like a geography lesson, but understanding the difference is critical to your...

Review: Ruger Super GP-100

Ruger’s newest 8-shot revolver needs little to be match ready.

Review: HIVIZ Fiber-Optic Sights

A quick way to brighten up your action shooting day. The bright red HIVIZ front...

Conquering Cataracts

Cataracts doesn’t mean your shooting career is over. Here’s the good, the bad and the...

Competitors’ Corner: June 2019

Highlights from the June 2019 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA's competitive shooting journal

Visual Disturbances Through the Aperture

Rifle and pistol shooters commonly experience the "entoptic" phenomenon.