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London 1948 Olympics: The Cookie Does Not Crumble (Part 3)

When U.S. rifle shooters arrived in England before the 1948 Games, new Olympic rules for shooting coats and the free rifle kneeling position forced the Americans to adapt. And with a large amount of pistol shooters, the U.S. team had problems getting in enough practice prior to match time.

Mark Keefe Succeeds John Zent As NRA Publications Editorial Director

As Editorial Director, Keefe will oversee the NRA official journals—American Rifleman, American Hunter, America’s 1st Freedom and Shooting Illustrated, plus American Rifleman Television, Shooting Sports USA, NRAFamily,org, NRA HUNTERS Leadership Forum and NRAWomen.com

Legends: Art Cook 1928-2021

Arthur Edwin “Art” Cook, “the Cookie that would not crumble,” passed away on Feb. 21, 2021.

Pistols At The National Matches: 1919-1940

After World War I, there was a change in attitude concerning pistol competition in the United States.

All About Thurman Randle

Eight-time Dewar Team member Thurman Randle was a dominant figure in smallbore shooting in the 1930s and 1940s.

Classic SSUSA: 1911 Tuning Recommendations

What to do (and not to do) when case mouths are damaged during ejection.

The Winchester 1876 Centennial Rifle

The first big-bore, big game lever-action started as nothing more than a stopgap measure.

Our Top 10 SSUSA Magazine Covers Of The Decade

Here, presented chronologically, are SSUSA’s picks for the best magazine covers of the 2010s, ones that helped define the shooting-sports landscape for the entire decade.

U.S. Border Patrol National Pistol Team Legacy

Speed Is Fine, Accuracy Is FINAL! The history of the United States Border Patrol and pistol competition go hand-in-hand. A winning legacy dating back to 1924 that continues today.

Marianne Driver Trophy Reassigned

Beginning this summer, the Driver Trophy will be presented to the winner of the NRA National F-Class Smallbore Championship

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