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Review: Kimber K6s DASA Target

Kimber’s new K6s DASA Target revolver will interest competitive shooters who may want a revolver suitable for match use, as well as for personal defense.

The 400 Club: A History

In 1933, one of the most exclusive clubs in all of competitive shooting made its debut. And surprisingly enough, the 400 Club had much in common with high society clubs in New York City during its short existence.

The Remarkable History Of Eley Tenex

Eley’s illustrious Tenex cartridge approaches its 70th birthday with an enviable reputation among rimfire rounds.

Team Ruger’s Doug Koenig

At age 50, Doug Koenig is still in prime form and aiming for perfection wherever he shoots

Here Are 12 Of Our Best High Power Rifle Articles

Here are 12 of our favorite articles on everyone’s favorite rifle discipline that focuses on pure marksmanship: high power

Depression and War: National Smallbore Outdoor Rifle Championship History

When smallbore rifle became a serious competitive shooting discipline. The third article in a series of seven celebrating the history of the National Smallbore Outdoor Rifle Championship

Short Pistol Barrels: Five- Vs. Six-Inch Accuracy

Using a six-inch Douglas barrel with 1-14 twist, David Sams cut it to five inches and re-tested it for group size. Here’s what he learned

The Civilian Version of the M14, Then and Now

Descended from the M1 Garand, the M14 utilized multiple improvements that made it a far superior firearm for competition

The Evolution of the .38 Super, Part 2

If your racegun isn't chambered in the .38 Super or one of its evolutions, chances are you won't even place in the top 20 percent at the NRA Bianchi Cup Action Pistol Championship.

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