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My First Rimfire: Thompson/Center .22 LR Contender Carbine

My First Rimfire: Thompson/Center .22 LR Contender Carbine

You will never guess why the author is such a big fan of her T/C...
How To Prepare For F-Class

How To Prepare For F-Class

Having an accurate gun, an accurate load, and a consistent and stable position is only...
Shot Process: How To Fix Natural Point of Aim

Shot Process: How To Fix Natural Point of Aim

To excel in competitive shooting, you must master natural point of aim! Make sure to...
Our Guide To Help Develop Proper Rifle Trigger Technique

Our Guide To Help Develop Proper Rifle Trigger Technique

The game winner is right at your fingertip, but the ultimate trigger control may seem...
Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 2: On To Expert

Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 2: On To Expert

Move your high power rifle classification past Marksman and on to Expert with the tips...
Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 1: Stepping Past Marksman

Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 1: Stepping Past Marksman

Going beyond Marksman in high power rifle begins with getting better at it, over and...
Dry Fire Techniques For Bullseye Pistol

Dry Fire Techniques For Bullseye Pistol

Great target shooters dry fire!
Why Dry Fire? Part 2

Why Dry Fire? Part 2

Start working now if you want to be competitive!
3-Position By The Numbers, Part 1—Standing

3-Position By The Numbers, Part 1—Standing

In the first of a three-part series, we present a virtual coaching session for each...
What should beginning shooters focus on in order to improve?

What should beginning shooters focus on in order to improve?

Start by spending as much time on the range as possible.
Getting in Condition

Getting in Condition

Conditioning your body to minimize movement as you squeeze a trigger is a matter of...
A Page from History: Offhand Rifle Shooting

A Page from History: Offhand Rifle Shooting

A good score is not made by a large number of perfect shots, but by...
A Clinic on Precision Pistol Fundamentals, Part I

A Clinic on Precision Pistol Fundamentals, Part I

Brian Zins has won an unprecedented twelve national championships, a record that may never be...
CZ-USA’s All American Trap Combo—a New Gun for an Old Game

CZ-USA’s All American Trap Combo—a New Gun for an Old Game

The All American Trap Combo is CZ’s latest offering in a competition style shotgun.
The Fine Art of Not Cracking Under Pressure, Part II

The Fine Art of Not Cracking Under Pressure, Part II

The personal solutions of champions with regard to dealing with match pressure.
Accuracy and Chronograph Testing, Part 3

Accuracy and Chronograph Testing, Part 3

Exploring the basic aspects of testing with optics.
Getting the Most from Dry-Firing Practice

Getting the Most from Dry-Firing Practice

Everybody talks about the importance of dry-firing, but little has been written about it.
Sights, Wind and Mirage

Sights, Wind and Mirage

Achieve on purpose, not by accident. A constant high-level mental performance is advantageous to producing...
Zins on Bullseye: Proper Pistol Grip

Zins on Bullseye: Proper Pistol Grip

My grip is simple, it’s not hard to get into and once you get it,...
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