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7 Scholarships Available From Trapshooting Hall Of Fame This Year

Of the seven scholarships, five are to be paid out over four years of schooling

Lones Wigger Firearm Auction For USA Shooting Youth Programs Raises $70,278

The family of the late rifle shooting icon Lones Wigger donated more than 30 firearms and Olympic memorabilia that were auctioned at GunBroker.com

Firearms From Iconic Olympic Gold Medalist Lones Wigger’s Collection Are Up For Auction

The firearms from the estate of the late Lones Wigger will be up for auction on GunBroker until March 20

Legends: USA Shooting Shotgun Coach Lloyd F. Woodhouse Passes Away At 86

The competitive shooting community mourns the loss of legendary U.S. Shotgun Coach Lloyd F. Woodhouse.

Clay Target Superstar Reanna Frauens

Frauens (rhymes with ponds), of Coral Springs, Fla., began her competitive shooting career as a high school freshman, when she joined a SCTP youth shotgun team at her local gun club. The rest is history.

Shooting Sports Community Mourns Loss Of Harold “Hap” Rocketto

Distinguished rifleman and noted shooting sports historian Harold “Hap” Rocketto sadly passed on July 8, 2021, at the age of 74.

AIM Scholarships Totaling $78,500 To Be Awarded In 2021

This year, ATA's AIM youth program (Academics, Integrity and Marksmanship) will award $78,500 in scholarships across eight different categories.

A Short History Of Trapshooting

Trapshooting dates back to 18th century England, where competitors would shoot at live pigeons released from cages called "traps."

Legends: Art Cook 1928-2021

Arthur Edwin “Art” Cook, “the Cookie that would not crumble,” passed away on Feb. 21, 2021.

Top Shotgun Shooters Join Team Remington

Seven top shotgun shooters, including trapshooter Sean Hawley and sporting-clays expert Wendell Cherry, will now compete for Team Remington.

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