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The Early History Of Sight Micrometers

You could probably put a sight micrometer in the middle of a table at a...

Paris 1924 Olympics: No Kitchen Sink (Part 2)

Part 2 of our look at the U.S. shooting team at the 1924 Summer Olympic...

An Evolving Alliance: 1909 National Matches

This was the year that not only produced higher scores, but also more shooters in...

2,000 Men Under Canvas: 1908 National Matches

The employment of the newly introduced Model 1903 Springfield at the 1908 National Matches made...

First Year At Camp Perry: 1907 National Matches

In 1907, the immense machinery of the National Matches was moved to the mammoth new...

Joint Program Returns To Sea Girt: 1905 National Matches

The 1905 Rifle and Pistol Championships marked the return of the National Board Matches to...

Open To Civilians: The 1904 National Championships

At the Army's urging, the National Trophy Matches for 1904 were held at Ft. Riley,...

Competitors’ Corner: March 2020

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

How To Calculate Rifling Twist Rates For Stabilizing Bullets

How heavy or light a bullet will your rifle accurately shoot?

The 7.5 Swiss: A Reputation For Precision

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

Papier-Mâché To Polymer: Getting The K31 Back Into The Rapid-Fire Stages

Northridge has durable polymer chargers for the Swiss K31 rifle.

What Is That Milsurp Loading?

Is your milsurp ammo safe? Ball on the left, tracer on the right for the...

America’s .30-40 Krag Is Still In The Ring For VMR Competition

Vintage Military Rifle enthusiasts shouldn’t count out the venerable .30-40 Krag. Here’s why.