There is no shortcut to learning how to shoot accurately during match conditions. Here’s what master shooters remind us about the importance of practice—lots of it.
Legends: Ruby Fox
When asked if she ever “plinked” or shot just for fun, Ruby reflected for a moment and answered: “Shooting was always serious. It was a job that I loved. It was reverent. It was always a dress-up performance.”
The Most Accurate Powder Measure?
Such is the claim from the inventor of the Quick Measure. Turns out, he’s probably correct.
When DIR (Do It Right) Beats DIY
Small business owner helps upgrade the NRA Publications Vault, for more efficient use of the space available. Robert Shroyer produces cost-effective, high-quality gun racks in his Tennessee shop
From Smallbore to High Power
When Army Reserve Colonel Denise Loring made the transition from former AMU Smallbore Team Member to USAR Service Riﬂe Team member, we asked—“How did you do that?”
Let the Barrel Tell You: Match Barrel Care, Part 1
Why worry about a little barrel fouling when the throat is subjected to a brutal 5600° F volcano at 55,000 PSI?
How is Cleaning Different for Competitive Shooting?
We sift through the “mud and sand” of folklore on high power gun cleaning.
Safe Shopping: Finding the Right Firearms Vault
Keep your collection safe from fire, or an opportunistic thief.
Shooting Gloves for the Bianchi Barricade Event
The author found a solution from the golf world.