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George Washington Birthday Competition Turns Kids Into Congressmen

George Washington Birthday Competition Turns Kids Into Congressmen

At 126 years old, the Arizona Rifle & Pistol Association’s Washington’s Birthday Match is the...
Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 3: Master And More

Climbing The High Power Ladder, Part 3: Master And More

Now is when you start looking really hard at subtle improvements—small increments, small gains. The...
Dropzone Gunner Pushes Boundaries: Mixing 3-Gun Skill & Marksmanship With Obstacles, Physical Challenges

Dropzone Gunner Pushes Boundaries: Mixing 3-Gun Skill & Marksmanship With Obstacles, Physical Challenges

With physical challenges like obstacles, running, etc., Dropzone Gunner mixes 3-gun firepower with Tough Mudder...
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...
7 Competitive Shooting Books You Need To Read

7 Competitive Shooting Books You Need To Read

If you have been on the fence on these, take a closer look because there...
Winchester’s Target “Crossover” Model 69

Winchester’s Target “Crossover” Model 69

There are few affordable pristine examples of old-school hunt/competition crossover rifles. After 80 years, the...
What You Need To Know About The Barrel Break-In Process

What You Need To Know About The Barrel Break-In Process

There are benefits to proper rifle barrel break-in, here are one Palma shooter’s tips to...
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...
Five Easy Ways To Upgrade Your Service Rifle For Competition

Five Easy Ways To Upgrade Your Service Rifle For Competition

Tips for increasing the accuracy of your service rifle in high power competition, within the...
Garand Entrance: The National Match Debut Of The M1 Rifle

Garand Entrance: The National Match Debut Of The M1 Rifle

Over 75 years ago the “finest battle implement” was proven ready for war during the...
Five Ways To Quickly Improve Your High Power Rifle Scores

Five Ways To Quickly Improve Your High Power Rifle Scores

For goal-oriented competitors, it all comes down to achieving higher scores. You will never guess...
New: NRA Mid Range Prone Tactical Rifle Competition

New: NRA Mid Range Prone Tactical Rifle Competition

NRA’s new High Power Rifle Mid Range discipline for AR lovers
NSSF Rimfire Challenge Relocates To Rimfire Challenge Shooting Association

NSSF Rimfire Challenge Relocates To Rimfire Challenge Shooting Association

Rimfire Challenge matches are open to shooters of all ages and experience levels
What You Should Know About 8x57 mm Mauser

What You Should Know About 8x57 mm Mauser

The 8x57 mm Mauser cartridge was one of the world’s most popular military cartridges in...
NRA National High Power Rifle Championships Debut At Camp Atterbury

NRA National High Power Rifle Championships Debut At Camp Atterbury

Norman Houle wins XTC, Jeff Bartlett wins Mid Range, John Whidden wins Long Range
Entries Double At 2017 New England Games

Entries Double At 2017 New England Games

Brian Williams wins four rifle events at the second year of this CMP Travels Games...
Preview: Hi-Lux XTC 1-4x34 mm Service Rifle Scope

Preview: Hi-Lux XTC 1-4x34 mm Service Rifle Scope

A new scope designed for High Power Service Rifle shooters
Handloading: Winter Zeros And Indoor Load Testing For High Power

Handloading: Winter Zeros And Indoor Load Testing For High Power

If it’s a bad group at 50 yards, it’s only going to get worse with...
Hallmarks Of Heritage, Part 4

Hallmarks Of Heritage, Part 4

A look at the legacy of NRA trophies, their inception in competition and the stories...
A Page From History: Pistol Pointers, Part 2

A Page From History: Pistol Pointers, Part 2

The second installment of Lt. Col. Jim Crossman’s introduction to competitive pistol shooting from 1956.
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