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What Causes Poor Trigger Technique?

What Causes Poor Trigger Technique?

How’s your hold? Sounds easy, right? Here are a few tips that will help you...
Here Are 12 Of Our Best High Power Rifle Articles

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...
All About The Ransom Rest

All About The Ransom Rest

For many years, competitive shooters (especially handloaders) have used the Ransom Rest for quality control...
5 Tips To Help You Win Trophies With A Revolver

5 Tips To Help You Win Trophies With A Revolver

Here are five tips that can help you gain a winning edge with a wheelgun.
At The Range: Devil Dog Arms Hog 6.5 Creedmoor Carbon XLR

At The Range: Devil Dog Arms Hog 6.5 Creedmoor Carbon XLR

Shooting this rifle for the first time at an NRA Advanced Long-Range Rifle class, I...
Preview: Browning X-Bolt Max Long Range

Preview: Browning X-Bolt Max Long Range

With more and more shooters entering the precision rifle game, as well as long-range hunters,...
New: McMillan A-10 Stock For Smaller-Frame Shooters

New: McMillan A-10 Stock For Smaller-Frame Shooters

McMillan consulted with top-level shooters, including PRS competitor Regina Milkovich, to develop this stock for...
Review: SIG Sauer MPX

Review: SIG Sauer MPX

The MPX is advertised as ready for competition right out of the box, and our...
At The Range: TriStar Viper G2 Silver 12-Gauge

At The Range: TriStar Viper G2 Silver 12-Gauge

The Viper G2 series of semi-automatic shotguns represents a great value to both clay shooters...
Benelli 828U Sport Debuts At NRA Annual Meetings

Benelli 828U Sport Debuts At NRA Annual Meetings

The 828U Sport is an enhanced version of Benelli's first over-under shotgun, with improved ergonomics...
Review: Ruger Custom Shop Doug Koenig SR1911 Competition Pistol

Review: Ruger Custom Shop Doug Koenig SR1911 Competition Pistol

This new 1911 9mm single-stack from the Ruger Custom Shop is a good choice for...
Why You Need To Try PCC Division

Why You Need To Try PCC Division

The fast-paced shooting style of USPSA Pistol Caliber Carbine competition inspires newbies to do their...
Review: CO CZ Shadow 2

Review: CO CZ Shadow 2

Own a CZ and looking for upgrades or custom work? The CZ Custom Shop wrote...
New: Savage Model 64 Takedown

New: Savage Model 64 Takedown

Savage describes their new Model 64 Takedown rimfire as "quick to breakdown and ready to...
Preview: Browning Citori 725 Trap Max

Preview: Browning Citori 725 Trap Max

We preview the beautiful, highly-adjustable Browning Citori 725 Trap Max at SHOT Show 2019
Read This Classic Interview With Jim Crofts After Winning The 2012 F-T/R Rifle Championship

Read This Classic Interview With Jim Crofts After Winning The 2012 F-T/R Rifle Championship

Prepare for F-Class by reading this timeless Jim Crofts interview with Stanton Wormley. An experienced...
Unboxing Your New Gun

Unboxing Your New Gun

You got a brand new gun and that’s great! Here’s all it needs before taking...
Everything You Need To Know About Point Shooting

Everything You Need To Know About Point Shooting

Proper point-shooting techniques can boost your action-pistol scores. Removing distractions speeds the presentation up, which...
A Tale Of Two Rugers

A Tale Of Two Rugers

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the...
The Appearance of Target Size

The Appearance of Target Size

Having 20/20 vision is not the entire story for competitive shooters—perception also plays an important...
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