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M1 Carbine Conversions: “Elegant” or “Abomination”

All about sporterizing the most popular old battle rifle around—the venerable M1 Carbine.

Prelude To War: 1916 National Matches

Practically everything went into making the 1916 National Matches the biggest shooting event in the history of marksmanship.

Berlin 1936 Olympics: Amateurs Once Again

Part 1 of our look back at the shooting events of the Berlin 1936 Summer Olympic Games.

VMR Triggers: “Careful Fitting” vs. Modification

Battle rifles used in Vintage Military Rifle games are infamous for triggers unsuited to precision shooting. These tips will help improve them.

Competitors’ Corner: April 2021

Highlights from the April 2021 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA's competitive shooting journal.

The Early History Of Sight Micrometers

You could probably put a sight micrometer in the middle of a table at a modern gun show and not one person out of a dozen would know what it is.

Paris 1924 Olympics: No Kitchen Sink (Part 2)

Part 2 of our look at the U.S. shooting team at the 1924 Summer Olympic Games, where 17-year-old Marcus Dinwiddie obliterated Larry Nuesslein's 1920 Games 40-shot standing record—only to be eclipsed by Frenchman Pierre Coquelin de Lisle.

An Evolving Alliance: 1909 National Matches

This was the year that not only produced higher scores, but also more shooters in attendance at the National Matches. And the 1909 Board Match Report stated in part, "It is possible that had we possessed a National Match from 1850 to 1860 the great Civil War might have been averted."

What’s In Your Range Bag, Dennis Santiago?

We find out what high power rifle shooter and author Dennis Santiago keeps in his range bag.

London 1908 Olympics: The U.S. Team Almost Missed The Games (Part 2)

The second installment of our series on the 1908 Olympic Games focuses on the U.S. Shooting Team and the competition itself.

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