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How Clay Targets Are Made

Few things in life match the thrill of crushing a fast-moving clay target midflight.

Early History Of The Smallbore Rifle Prone Match

Examining the early years of international smallbore rifle prone competition and how target changes over the years made the sport tougher.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Tes Salb?

After starting out in the USA Shooting talent pipeline, Tes Salb’s shooting skillset helped her transition into a successful Tactical Games competitor. Find out what she keeps in her range bag.

Mexico City 1968 Olympics: We Fought Well (Part 4)

Part four of our look back at the Mexico City 1968 Olympic Games.

Rome 1960 Olympics: 100% Improvement, One Plus One (Part 2)

Part two of our deep dive on the shooting events at the 1960 Olympic Games.

Equity In The Shooting Sports

With over 15,000 NRA-affiliated organizations in the U.S., plus other target shooting entities, there is ample opportunity to enjoy the shooting sports at all levels.

History Of U.S. Participation In The RWS Challenge Trophy Match

Part 1 of our look back at U.S. participation in the Rheinsche-Westfalischen-Sprengstoff Challenge Trophy Match.

USA Shooting Hires Buddy DuVall As Chief Marketing Officer

DuVall will oversee fundraising, marketing and sponsorships for the U.S. Olympic shooting National Governing Body.

A Short History Of Randle Trophy Team Awards

The Randle Trophy for International competition between women's rifle teams was inaugurated in 1952 by Mr. Thurman Randle, a past president of the NRA. Special awards for team members came soon after.

Athens 1906 Olympics: But Not For Record

An account of Olympic competitive shooting events at the 1906 Games in Athens.

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