The year was 1921. The place—Lyon, France. The occasion was the nineteenth World Shooting Championships at 300 meters.
Stop by Remington’s booth No. 3823 at the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits.
The tournament that transformed competitive shooting from a simple pastime into a professional sport.
In 1935, manufacturers finally produced a handgun with ammunition designed for daily operation in the 40,000-psi range.
From the January 1956 edition of American Rifleman.
From the April 1955 issue of American Rifleman.
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.
The selection of the Model 1911 was by no means a foregone conclusion when the U.S. Army tested new service pistols in 1907.
From the April 1938 issue of American Rifleman.
The National Matches have been, almost from the beginning, a place for experimenters.