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Tokyo Olympics: Gold Rush For USA Shooting

U.S. shooters took the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games by storm, securing six medals overall in the best shooting performance for Team USA at the Olympics since 1964.

Tokyo Olympics: Vincent Hancock Dominates At Men’s Skeet Event, Wins Third Career Gold

Another Tokyo Olympics event, another gold medal for the U.S. Shooting Team. After Amber English secured the gold medal for Team USA in the women’s skeet event on Monday morning at the Tokyo Olympics, her teammate Vincent Hancock followed up in men’s skeet with a gold medal of his own—marking his third career Olympic win in the event, which is the most for any skeet shooter in history.

Paris 1924 Olympics: No Kitchen Sink (Part 3)

Part 3 of our deep dive on shooting events at the 1924 Summer Olympic Games in Paris, France.

Antwerp 1920 Olympics: Everything But The Kitchen Sink (Part 3)

Part 3 of our deep dive on shooting events at the 1920 Summer Olympic Games.

Paris 1900 Olympics: And It Was A Mistake

The second Olympic Games went to Paris and, by all accounts, they were a mess.

Athens 1896 Olympics: The First Shots For Record

When Her Royal Highness, the Queen of Greece, pulled the trigger on April 8, 1896, she fired the first shot for record in a new era—the shooting matches of the modern Olympic Games.

U.S. Shooters Triumph At 1908 Olympic Games

Not only did Team USA sweep the 1908 Olympic pistol matches, but also won its first gold medal for shooting in London.

America’s .30-40 Krag Is Still In The Ring For VMR Competition

Vintage Military Rifle enthusiasts shouldn’t count out the venerable .30-40 Krag. Here’s why.

Club Rifles: The Way It Used To Be—Still Works

During the Cold War, several European countries manufactured bolt-action “club rifles” based on Mausers for distribution to local gun clubs, where shooters engaged in formal competition out to 600 meters. Of course, this was back when many governments supported competitive shooting.

Sound Suppressors In Competition

Military forces use them for tactical advantage, and European sportsmen buy them as “good neighbor” hardware. But what effect would sound suppressors have on a paper target? We assembled a team to find out

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