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A Page From History: First Autoloading Sporter?

When it debuted in 1899, the Mannlicher Automatic Repeating Rifle was way ahead of its...

Octogenarian Bruce Meredith’s Distinguished Shooting Career

At age of 82, Bruce Meredith is one of the few remaining shooters from the...

Are Your Scores Improving?

Here is a simple way from the past to answer this question accurately and easily

A Hiker’s Sidekick: Mom’s H&R Model 929

Field Editor Art Merrill shares the story of his late mother’s Harrington & Richardson Model...

SHOT Show 2019: Cimarron 1862 Colt Pocket Navy Conversion Revolver In .380 ACP

Cimarron Firearms debuted the new 1862 Colt Pocket Navy Conversion revolver in .380 ACP at...

Looking Back At The 1925 National Matches

"The National Matches 1925 are a guaranteed success before a shot has been fired in...

Looking Back At The 1938 National Matches

There almost wasn't a 1938 event when the funding was nearly slashed, but the matches...

Groovy: Tip-Offs For .22s―Or Maybe Not

Receiver grooves accept only tip-off rings. The .22 rimfire’s minimal recoil makes the concept viable.

Effects Of Altitude On Bullet Drop

Bullet point of impact will change depending on the elevation. This question and answer from...

Walter R. Walsh: FBI Agent and National Matches Legend

Over a shooting career that spanned eight decades, Walter Walsh mastered all of the disciplines:...

The Winchester Model 52

The Winchester Repeating Arms Model 52 was a bolt-action .22 cal. target rifle that shooters...

.310 Martini Cadet: The Little Rifle That Could

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

A Page From History: The Savage Model 1919

In the U.S., smallbore rifle as a sport really gained steam after the Great War,...

How Bore Cleaning Affects Accuracy

A Page from History looks back at when American Rifleman magazine tested whether cleaning the...

Volunteers Make The Difference At National Matches

Volunteers that toiled through the 1968 & 1969 National Matches possessed two common denominators: NRA...

A Page From History: The 1923 Palma

The Palma Rifle match was reborn in 1923, and anticipation mounted as to match conditions...

Barrel Length Vs. Accuracy

A Page from History: Answering reader questions about barrel length versus accuracy, and Remington 720...

Effects of Cant

Understanding rifle cant includes understanding physics, but the most errors come from not holding the...

Addressing Bullet Drift From Springfield Rifling

Scopes of M1903A4 sniper variant Springfields required manual drift compensation. The motion of a bullet...

A Page From History: BB’s And Air Guns

Page from History features classic articles on competitive shooting from the NRA archives
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