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What’s In Your Range Bag, Erich Mietenkorte?

Top Silhouette Rifle shooter Erich Mietenkorte rocketed to the top of the national high power and smallbore leaderboards last year and won’t be stopping anytime soon

5 Way To Train More Efficiently

These tips will help you make the best of your training time and increase your match scores

New: Trijicon Q-LOC Quick Release Mounts

Trijicon says this family of quick release mounts for shooters and hunters are “strong enough to match the durability of our optics.”

Bill Hickok’s Carry Gun

Much like today, the 19th century saw rapid development in defensive pistols. Learn how evolving technology influenced the legendary Wild Bill Hickok’s gun choices.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Tom Fuller?

Find out what precision rifle shooter Tom Fuller keeps in his range bag.

Early History Of The Free Pistol Event

Examining the early years of the free pistol event in international and Olympic competition.

Competitors’ Corner: January 2022

Highlights from the January 2022 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA's competitive shooting journal.

What’s In Your Range Bag, Allison Zane?

Learn what precision rifle competitor Allison Zane keeps in her range bag.

Classic Doubles On The Clays Fields

Appreciate guns from a bygone era and yearn for the companionship of like-minded folks? You need a dose of classic side-by-side shotgun competition.

London 1948 Olympics: The Cookie Does Not Crumble (Part 3)

When U.S. rifle shooters arrived in England before the 1948 Games, new Olympic rules for shooting coats and the free rifle kneeling position forced the Americans to adapt. And with a large amount of pistol shooters, the U.S. team had problems getting in enough practice prior to match time.

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