WATCH: Colt Python Revolver History
Colt’s Python is one of several “snake guns” produced by the company throughout the 20th century and into the 21st century, and in recent years, the company has re-introduced these iconic revolvers in a new guise.
Remembering The 2010 NRA National Pistol Championships
Attendance continued to grow in 2010 at the World Series of pistol shooting, with 52 new, unclassified shooters joining the ranks of NRA bullseye pistol fans.
Looking Back At The First NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championship
About a decade ago, college rifle clubs without an NCAA ranking had only their own intramural matches to compete in, with no national end-of-year recognition. This changed when the NRA debuted its NRA Intercollegiate Club Championship in April of 2010 at Purdue University.
A Page from History: Musings of an Old Rifleman
Observations on rifle accuracy by a shooter whose experience spanned 50 years of intensive activity and also over 3,000 various tests
New: Federal Ammunition 100th Anniversary Coffee Table Book
As part of its 100-year anniversary celebration, Federal Ammunition releases a hardcover retrospective
Some "Ancient" F-Class History
The 2005 U.S. F-Class Team organized the first F-Class National Championships at Camp Butner, NC, with 135 shooters attending—66 percent of whom shot in the F-Open class.
A Page from History: 1952 International Competition
In 1952, the NRA was the governing body for international competition in the USA.
The Leupold & Stevens Story: Over 100 Years Of Excellence
Leupold and their trademark Golden Ring have become synonymous with quality in precision optics. This is the company's story
What Is The Definition Of A Smallbore Rifle?
In the past, smallbore referred to any caliber significantly less than .577