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New Pistol Caliber Carbines From PSA & Lead Star Arms

New Pistol Caliber Carbines From PSA & Lead Star Arms

Palmetto State Armory and Lead Star Arms have two new Pistol Caliber Carbines that are...
Conquering Cataracts

Conquering Cataracts

Cataracts doesn’t mean your shooting career is over. Here’s the good, the bad and the...
Review: Leupold VX-4.5HD High Power Service Rifle Optic

Review: Leupold VX-4.5HD High Power Service Rifle Optic

Shooting the Leupold VX-4.5HD 1-4.5x24mm Service Rifle Scope Across-The-Course.
Last Cartridge Of An Empire: .303 British

Last Cartridge Of An Empire: .303 British

With factory FMJ ammo still available, reloading the .303 British isn’t necessary, but for many...
A Hiker’s Sidekick: Mom’s H&R Model 929

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...
Black Powder Rifle Silhouette: ‘Matches Are Lost On Pigs And Won On Chickens’

Black Powder Rifle Silhouette: ‘Matches Are Lost On Pigs And Won On Chickens’

How to find success in BPCR? Practice, for one, and lots of dry-fire practice. Oh,...
Review: Glock G34 Gen 5 MOS

Review: Glock G34 Gen 5 MOS

This purpose-built Glock pistol is ready to rock in action shooting for either carry optics...
Top 4 Tips For Beginner Bullseye Pistol Shooters

Top 4 Tips For Beginner Bullseye Pistol Shooters

Four of our best tips for shooters just beginning in Bullseye Pistol, a.k.a. Precision Pistol...
Ruger PC Carbine: A Well-Thought-Out Gun

Ruger PC Carbine: A Well-Thought-Out Gun

The Ruger PC9 breaks apart easily, has generous real estate for mounting an optic, and...
5 Essential 3-Gun Drills For Shotgun

5 Essential 3-Gun Drills For Shotgun

Frank Melloni of Top Shot fame brings five tips that will help you with shotgun...
Too Much Recoil? The Arisaka May Be Your Solution

Too Much Recoil? The Arisaka May Be Your Solution

The WWII Japanese Type 38 dates back to 1897. It’s comparatively mild 6.5x50 cartridge may...
Speer’s Index Numbers: A 1950s Shot At Logical Wildcats

Speer’s Index Numbers: A 1950s Shot At Logical Wildcats

Whatever happened to Speer’s “Index Number” of the 1950s? Art Merrill looks back at the...
Review: Springfield Armory RO Elite

Review: Springfield Armory RO Elite

All the elegance of John Browning's historic 1911 design, upgraded for high-accuracy in action shooting...
Shot Process: How To Fix Natural Point of Aim

Shot Process: How To Fix Natural Point of Aim

To excel in competitive shooting, you must master natural point of aim! Make sure to...
Physical Training For Competitive Shooters Equals Better Performance

Physical Training For Competitive Shooters Equals Better Performance

Want better scores? You have to make sure your overall health and fitness is a...
Our Guide To Help Develop Proper Rifle Trigger Technique

Our Guide To Help Develop Proper Rifle Trigger Technique

The game winner is right at your fingertip, but the ultimate trigger control may seem...
Morgan Phillips: On The Rise

Morgan Phillips: On The Rise

West Virginia University rifle team sophomore Morgan Phillips continues to answer each challenge put in...
Tips On How To Duplicate 1950s-Era .30-06 M72 Match Load

Tips On How To Duplicate 1950s-Era .30-06 M72 Match Load

The legendary M72 match load takes a little ingenuity and accurate information to properly replicate....
Review: CZ Shadow 2

Review: CZ Shadow 2

The CZ Shadow 2 is not your mother’s Tupperware; in fact, “beefy” was the first...
Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 2: On To Expert

Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 2: On To Expert

Move your high power rifle classification past Marksman and on to Expert with the tips...
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