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Legends: Dr. Paul E.R. Nordquist, Jr

Shooting Sports USA author, notable Rifleman and Historian Paul Nordquist brightened the day of all he met―he will be missed immensely

Rifle Slings and International Shooting

The year was 1921. The place—Lyon, France. The occasion was the nineteenth World Shooting Championships at 300 meters.

High Power vs. Smallbore: A Difference

Three competitors come to a shallow puddle, whereby the service rifle shooter forges straight ahead. The pistol shooter walks around the puddle, followed by the smallbore shooter who does the same, and files a protest.

Foster W. Rennie Memorial Trophy

Rennie helped develop a program that taught several hundred junior shooters how to shoot and how to be productive citizens

High Power Shooter Wins Smallbore Regional with Innovative Tube Gun

John Sylvester used a "tube gun" to win the Manassas Prone Regional—an innovation that worked.

The National Trophies

The trophies awarded at the National Rifle and Pistol Championships not only testify to outstanding marksmanship achievement but are also an encapsulation of the history and evolution of American competitive shooting.

The Wimbledon Cup

Since 1876, the Wimbledon Cup has been the premier NRA long-range trophy in U.S. high power rifle shooting.

Winchester: 150 Years of Competitive Excellence

Three brief accounts of Winchester guns that achieved excellence in their respective shooting disciplines.

Origin of the Palma Trophy and Matches

The Palma Trophy is the oldest international trophy contested by the U.S.

A Prediction Confirmed

Of the five rifle shooting events in the 2016 Rio Olympics—four were won by products of the American Intercollegiate Shooting programs.

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