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Kelbly’s: A Legacy Company

Three generations of the Kelbly clan have built a company that is renowned for its...

From En Bloc To Box Magazine: M1s Mimicking M14s

If you’ve ever thought the M1 Garand would have been a better rifle if it...

More Than History: The National Mossberg Collectors Association

Do you have an older Mossberg? Get the info from the National Mossberg Collector’s Association—along...

Return To Competition: 1918 National Matches

The return of the National Matches in 1918 also marked the debut of the Small...

NRA Divisional Championships: 1914 National Matches

To avoid conflict with the even-years Army maneuvers schedule, in 1914 National Divisional Matches were...

The Early History Of Sight Micrometers

You could probably put a sight micrometer in the middle of a table at a...

2021 Shooting Sports Showcase Product Round-Up

In March, the inaugural Shooting Sports Showcase was presented by POMA, SEOPA and NASGW at...

NRA Returns To Sea Girt (Temporarily): 1912 National Matches

In 1912, government neglect temporarily altered the course of the National Matches. Thankfully, the NRA...

Places To Shoot: Arlington-Fairfax Chapter of Izaak Walton League of America

A mostly volunteer organization, the club was formed in 1937 as an independent chapter of...

Antwerp 1920 Olympics: Everything But The Kitchen Sink (Part 3)

Part 3 of our deep dive on shooting events at the 1920 Summer Olympic Games.

Competitive Shooting Legends: Kellogg Kennon Venable Casey

K.K.V. Casey was, arguably, the finest long-range shooter in the history of competitive shooting. He...

Stockholm 1912 Olympics: The Games Become An Event (Part 3)

Part 3 of our deep dive into shooting events at the 1912 Stockholm Summer Olympic...

London 1908 Olympics: The U.S. Team Almost Missed The Games (Part 2)

The second installment of our series on the 1908 Olympic Games focuses on the U.S....

London 1908 Olympics: The U.S. Team Almost Missed The Games

The United States Cartridge Company led the way for ammunition makers to contribute funds for...

Paris 1900 Olympics: And It Was A Mistake

The second Olympic Games went to Paris and, by all accounts, they were a mess.

Reading the Wind—Sometimes Simple is Best

Wind is an ever-present challenge in outdoor shooting, it pays to know how it moves...

Why Build A Palma Rifle?

What compels a Service Rifle shooter to build a Palma rifle? Author Dennis Santiago details...

Excellence in Competition Rifle: Then and Now

Two competitors, one a Baby Boomer, the other from Generation Z, examine the past and...

From Tin Cans To Champion

After learning to shoot by plinking cans as a child, Tom Whitaker has accumulated an...

Places To Shoot: Hat Creek Rifle & Pistol Club

Northern California's Hat Creek offers plenty of opportunities to shoot in several rifle and pistol...
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