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5 Things You Didn’t Know About The Palma Trophy And Match

The Palma Trophy is among the oldest international trophies contested by the United States in the shooting sports.

A Page From History: The 1991 National Matches

For the first time ever, tournament officials faced the prospect of conducting a national shooting program without federal funding.

A Brief History Of Reporting The National Matches

Each year, the NRA has covered the National Rifle and Pistol Championships, widely considered the "World Series of the Shooting Sports."

Depression and War: National Smallbore Outdoor Rifle Championship History

When smallbore rifle became a serious competitive shooting discipline. The third article in a series of seven celebrating the history of the National Smallbore Outdoor Rifle Championship

50 Great Competitive Shooters of the 20th Century, Part 2

Included are several individuals who contributed to U.S. marksmanship excellence, as well as the first woman ever elected to the NRA Board of Directors

Legends: Harry Reeves

His accomplishments include: Olympic shooter and World Shooting Championships medalist, six-time National Pistol Champion at the National Matches (1940, '41, '46, '48, '53 and '54), and holder of countless national records, state and regional titles.

Origin of the Palma Trophy and Matches

The Palma Trophy is the oldest international trophy contested by the U.S.

Archivist John Grubar Retiring After Sixty Years With NRA

John Grubar's life have been far from boring. A Lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserve and Korean War Veteran, he quit his physical education teacher job at the University of Maryland sixty years ago to begin an illustrious career with the National Rifle Association of America.

Clive Whelan Retires

Long-time MidwayUSA & NRA Bianchi Cup protest committee chairman Clive Whelan is set to retire.

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