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All About The Ball And Dummy Drill

As many of us learned on Saturday mornings while eating cereal in front of the TV watching cartoons—knowing is half the battle.

Results: 2021 USPSA Area 5 Championship

All eight USPSA shooting divisions were represented at the 2021 USPSA Area 5 Championship in Kentucky.

How To Clear 4 Common Semi-Automatic Malfunctions

The faster shooters can clear malfunctions, the better their scores will be.

New: Holosun HE507C-GR-X2 Reflex Optic With Green ACSS Vulcan Reticle

Primary Arms and Holosun Optics release a new version of the HS507C-X2 ACSS optic with a green-illuminated ACSS Vulcan reticle.

Review: Maven RS.4 5-30x56 mm Riflescope

A customizable optic priced under $2,000, Maven’s RS.4 offers a lot of bang for the buck for precision rifle shooters.

In A Shooting Slump? Think Your Way Out

Dr. Raymond Prior says the most common challenge he encounters with athletes who believe they are in a slump is their thinking about being in a slump. Here are tips on how to overcome this problem.

3 New Anarchy Outdoors Ruger Rimfire Rifle Upgrades

These performance upgrades for the Ruger Rimfire and Ruger American rimfire rifles are new from Anarchy Outdoors and meet the same standards as the company's centerfire offerings.

Expecting Perfection, One Shot at a Time: Part 2

Finding a freestyle position is really just a matter of getting in tune with your body. Creedmoor looks steady when you’re shooting big targets, but when you get into the tiny shoot off targets, you’ll definitely see some movement. I hold the gun clamped up against my leg using probably more pressure than many people do.

Expecting Perfection, One Shot at a Time

Lon Pennington was 34 years old before he owned a gun, after which he decided he wanted to become a silhouette competitor.

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