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Top 50 Women in Competitive Shooting

Top 50 Women in Competitive Shooting

In no particular order, a list of the greatest female shooters in competitive shooting today
USMC Veteran Reunited With M1 Garand After Five Decades

USMC Veteran Reunited With M1 Garand After Five Decades

This M1 Garand is back in the hands of Pat Farmer after five decades.
Everything You Need to Know About Collegiate Shooting Sports

Everything You Need to Know About Collegiate Shooting Sports

Thinking about higher education? You don't have to give up the sport you love!
A Page from History: Toward Better Scores with National Match Rifles and Ammo

A Page from History: Toward Better Scores with National Match Rifles and Ammo

Classic service arms and ammunition at the National Matches!
Serenade in Blue: It could have been the .30-338

Serenade in Blue: It could have been the .30-338

Long-range stalwarts, such as the the lanky 6.5x284 and subsequently the .30-338 and .300 Win....
Electronic Targets—Coming to a range near you?

Electronic Targets—Coming to a range near you?

With their ability to instantly display the shots of every shooter on a scoreboard, will...
Vertical Dispersion: Is It Your Ammo, or Something Else?

Vertical Dispersion: Is It Your Ammo, or Something Else?

Before you begin load development, evaluate the rifle you’re working with.
Barrel Twist Rates

Barrel Twist Rates

Comparing a 1:12-inch twist barrel to the modern 1:7-inch for the lighter bullet weights.
Handloading: Estimating Actual Cost per Round by Caliber

Handloading: Estimating Actual Cost per Round by Caliber

Some shooters, by virtue of their high level of competition, require the very best ballistic...
M1 Rifle, Caliber .30, AKA the Garand

M1 Rifle, Caliber .30, AKA the Garand

The rifle that won WWII.
Rifle Accuracy, Load Development and “The Natural”

Rifle Accuracy, Load Development and “The Natural”

Truly accurate rifles generally aren’t picky eaters! It’s easy to develop at an accurate load...
A Page from History: Pistols for the 1905 National Matches

A Page from History: Pistols for the 1905 National Matches

Pistols at the National Matches were pretty straightforward, until a supply of M1911 pistols became...
Gibson Fires Record Overall Score at 2017 JROTC National Air Rifle Championship

Gibson Fires Record Overall Score at 2017 JROTC National Air Rifle Championship

Astoundingly, Gibson has only been to the National Championship twice since 2015—finishing just short of...
Custom Chambers, Your Gunsmith and You: Part 1

Custom Chambers, Your Gunsmith and You: Part 1

Not all gunsmiths are created equal.
Junior Girls Break Same Record at JROTC Regional Match

Junior Girls Break Same Record at JROTC Regional Match

The first records only lasted for 20 minutes! Emma Thompson has repeatedly set and broken...
A Page from History: The U.S. Air Force Pistol Team

A Page from History: The U.S. Air Force Pistol Team

TSGT Arnold (Arnie) Vitarbo recounts the early days of the U.S. Air Force Marksmanship School...
Why is it called Conventional?

Why is it called Conventional?

While exploring the origin of the term “Conventional Target,” Hap outlines the historical evolution of...
Talladega 800 Aggregate Match Results

Talladega 800 Aggregate Match Results

The Lenz father and son duo dominated this year's Talladega 800 High Power Rifle Aggregate...
2017 NRA High Power Rifle Update

2017 NRA High Power Rifle Update

The biggest news for NRA High Power Rifle this year is the rule for optics...
Book Review: Secrets of Mental Marksmanship

Book Review: Secrets of Mental Marksmanship

Coaches as well as competitors will find numerous “gold nuggets” in this valuable addition to...
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