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Results: 2020 USPSA Race Gun Nationals

Race gun shooters in Open and Limited divisions battled for top honors at last year's USPSA Race Gun Nationals, held Oct. 23-25 at the Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof, Fla., concurrently with the Factory Gun Nationals.

Results: 2020 USPSA Factory Gun Nationals

Part of the USPSA 2020 Back to Back Events, the Factory Gun Nationals returned to Universal Shooting Academy in Florida.

Review: BUL Armory SAS II .40 S&W

BUL Armory's SAS II Standard is ideal for USPSA Limited division shooters looking for a new competition handgun.

USPSA Shooters Overwhelmingly Choose Dillon Precision Gear

In Production alone, a whopping 57 percent of shooters use Dillon Precision as their handloading/reloading machine of choice. And, 32 percent of them opted for the popular 650 model.

Top USPSA Iron-Sighted Handguns In 2018

Old school hardware still rules in USPSA

Top USPSA PCC Guns In 2018

Pistol Caliber Carbine equipment choices continue to evolve in the recently-introduced division. You’ll never guess which brands cracked the top five list

Top USPSA Carry Optics Guns In 2018

Shooters are still finding their footing as this popular pistol division evolves.

Optical Options for the Modern Sporting Rifle

The AR platform of rifles is probably the most versatile firearms systems in history. It only makes sense that different sighting options are required to exploit that level of versatility. Several companies now offer optics options optimized for Modern Sporting Rifles; not only for competitive shooting use, but also hunting, law enforcement and the military

USPSA Pistol Caliber Carbine Division, One Year Later

Less than a year after this new USPSA Division was approved, a National Championship indicates where the equipment race is heading.

Make Your First Shot Count

Don't let your draw stroke trash your score.

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