A suspect "accident"
Observations on rifle accuracy by a shooter whose experience spanned 50 years of intensive activity and also over 3,000 various tests
An introduction to competitive pistol shooting—from 1956
How much does muzzle velocity matter?
The second installment of Lt. Col. Jim Crossman’s introduction to competitive pistol shooting from 1956.
For over a century, competitors have been reading Shooting Sports USA for competitive shooting news
Adjusting your rifle and optics to prevailing conditions
Measuring groups quickly and efficiently
In the 1940s, the invention of a new cleaning rod was a key innovation in the art of keeping wheelguns accurate
Page from History features classic articles on competitive shooting from the NRA archives