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The 2000s: National Smallbore Outdoor Rifle Championship History

For smallbore after Y2K, the Wigger Era closes again—sort of.

NRA 2020 Rule Changes

We share the year’s NRA rule changes, which were approved by the NRA Board of...

What’s In Your Range Bag, McKenna Dahl?

We learn what Paralympic air rifle bronze medalist McKenna Dahl keeps in her range bag

To Be On The Range With Friends

After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, one shooter overcame unique challenges in pursuit of becoming...

Honored American Veterans Afield Launches Florida Training Series

Encouraging disabled students to reach for their maximum shooting potential

What Is The Definition Of A Smallbore Rifle?

In the past, smallbore referred to any caliber significantly less than .577

The Grand American World Trapshooting Tournament

More than 4,000,000 clay targets take to the air at the five championship matches within...

Team Camp Valor Outdoors Competes at National High Power Rifle Championships

For the second consecutive year, Team CVO traveled to the National High Power Rifle Championships...

Para-athlete Junior and Coach Bound to Realize Rifle Dreams

Taylor Farmer has to work harder to achieve her goals, but that hasn’t slowed her...

Adaptive Shooting: Competition for Everyone

With a waiver, shooters with physical challenges can compete in NRA matches with other competitors...

Continued Evolution of the NRA Adaptive Shooting Program

The NRA Adaptive Shooting Program has seen many changes over the years since its debut...

Smith & Wesson Introduces 2016 Professional Shooting Team

Industry Legends Julie Golob, Doug Koenig and Jerry Miculek take the lead for Team Smith...