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Springfield Gallery Practice Rifles, Caliber .22

These rifles were popular at the National Matches until after WWII.

General MacArthur’s U.S. M1903

While serving at West Point, Gen. MacArthur was presented with a Colt .32 ACP Model...

A Page From History: World’s First Recorded Pistol Match

Even four centuries ago, people wanted to know who the best pistol shot was.

How Much Is A Minute?

What is the exact size of a minute of angle at 100 yards? Here is...

A Page From History: First Autoloading Sporter?

When it debuted in 1899, the Mannlicher Automatic Repeating Rifle was way ahead of its...

Depression and War: National Smallbore Outdoor Rifle Championship History

When smallbore rifle became a serious competitive shooting discipline. The third article in a series...

The Seed Is Planted: National Outdoor Smallbore Rifle Championship History

Part 1 of our series on the history of the NRA Smallbore Championship. We begin...

The Winchester Model 52

The Winchester Repeating Arms Model 52 was a bolt-action .22 cal. target rifle that shooters...

A Page From History: The Savage Model 1919

In the U.S., smallbore rifle as a sport really gained steam after the Great War,...

Legends: Lones Wigger 1937-2017

A fierce competitor, Wigger said no one would ever outwork him. “The will to win...

Hallmarks Of Heritage, Part 4

A look at the legacy of NRA trophies, their inception in competition and the stories...

Winchester: 150 Years of Competitive Excellence

Three brief accounts of Winchester guns that achieved excellence in their respective shooting disciplines.

A Short History of American Target Development and Evolution

The first competitive shooting target in the United States was little more than a black...