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Pistols At The National Matches: 1919-1940

After World War I, there was a change in attitude concerning pistol competition in the...

National Matches Canceled For The Seventh Time In History

No stranger to difficult situations, the NRA will always be a force behind national shooting...

Competitors’ Corner: February 2020

Highlights from the February 2020 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA’s competitive shooting journal.

The 7.5 Swiss: A Reputation For Precision

The 7.5 Swiss cartridge is historically significant and has superior precision when used in the...

WATCH: British Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) Sniper Rifle

The Lee-Enfield No. 4 (T) was Great Britain's go-to sniper rifle from WWII through the...

Last Cartridge Of An Empire: .303 British

With factory FMJ ammo still available, reloading the .303 British isn’t necessary, but for many...

Barrel Length Vs. Accuracy

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

Enfield Rifles at the National Matches

In 1918 at Camp Perry, the Model 1917 Enfield rifle was made available for use...

How To Find Quality Vintage Military Rifle Ammo

Some VMR ammo, commercial and milsurp, is easier to find than others. This article outlines...

Everything You Need To Know About Bolt-Action Rifle Triggers

The little things between you and the X-ring

Adapting to VMR Sights

It’s natural when discussing a target rifle to immediately consider the sights.

The Wimbledon Cup

Since 1876, the Wimbledon Cup has been the premier NRA long-range trophy in U.S. high...

Hornady VMR Match Ammo

Vintage Military Rifle match rules prohibit accurizing the rifles, but nobody says you can’t use...

Vintage Military Rifle: Enjoy Competition While Avoiding the Arms Race

As-issued Vintage Military Rifle (VMR) Games levels the equipment playing field, emphasizing personal skills while...