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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.

How A Positive Attitude Can Affect Your Shooting

Attitude, luck, training—all play a part in your performance on the firing line. But as a shooter, you are going to have some good days and some bad days.

Creedmoor Sports Celebrates 40th Anniversary With Giveaways

Since 1979, Creedmoor Sports has been helping competitive shooters hit the X-ring.

Butler Promoted To WVU Rifle Assistant Coach

The Mountaineers have not lost a regular-season match since Butler, a graduate assistant, arrived in Morgantown, West Virginia. “I cannot wait to continue to build on the last two years of work on the line.”

Competitors’ Corner: January 2019

Highlights from the January 2019 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA's competitive shooting journal that is published online every month. View the digital magazine for free at www.ssusa.org

7 Competitive Shooting Books You Need To Read

If you have been on the fence on these, take a closer look because there is a lot of valuable information in these books

How Do You Train?

Perfect practice really does make perfect

2017 USA Shooting Biennial Coach Conference

The conference will be broadcast live!

Gearing Up for Competitive Shooting in 2017

Some new important competitive shooting gear from the 2017 SHOT Show.

What is Mental Toughness?

Mental toughness has more to do with an athlete’s ability to have a great attitude and give their best effort, than shooting fundamentals. Author Karie Thomas saw her USPSA classification go from C to B, after working with Dr. Prior.

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