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History Of U.S. Participation In The Interallied Smallbore Rifle Team Match

The Fedération Interalliée Des Anciens Combattants (English: The Interallied Federation of War Veterans Organizations) Interallied Smallbore Rifle Team Match, colloquially known as the "FIDAC," was born after WWI.

A Short History Of Randle Trophy Team Awards

The Randle Trophy for International competition between women's rifle teams was inaugurated in 1952 by Mr. Thurman Randle, a past president of the NRA. Special awards for team members came soon after.

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.

Pistols At The National Matches: 1919-1940

After World War I, there was a change in attitude concerning pistol competition in the United States.

All About Thurman Randle

Eight-time Dewar Team member Thurman Randle was a dominant figure in smallbore shooting in the 1930s and 1940s.

Post-War Reorganization and Innovation: National Smallbore Outdoor Rifle Championship History

Part 4 in our 7-part series celebrating the Smallbore National Championship Centenary

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

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