A Short History of American Target Development and Evolution
The first competitive shooting target in the United States was little more than a black circle drawn on a blazed tree trunk with a piece of charcoal pulled from a campfire.
Five Tips To Help Increase Your Scores
The following tips have saved minutes and added precious points to keep me moving up in my ranking.
Top 10 Competitive Shooting Stories of the Year
The ten top shooting sports moments of 2015, as chosen by the Shooting Sports USA editorial staff.
2016 SSSF/NRA All-Scholastic Team Announced
Over 180 student-athletes from 21 states have been named to the 2016 team.
How To: NRA Tournament Reports and Bulletins
The NRA reviews thousands of tournament reports annually.
NRA Honors Carolyn Chin for 50 Years of Service
The staff at NRA Headquarters is a special breed as we are reminded every winter at the annual awards and recognition ceremony.
Top 50 Women in Competitive Shooting
In no particular order, a list of the greatest female shooters in competitive shooting today
7 Competitive Shooting Books You Need To Read
If you have been on the fence on these, take a closer look because there is a lot of valuable information in these books
Cole McCulloch on Cam and Co
NRA Competitive Shooting Division Director Cole McCulloch was interviewed by NRATV’s Cam Edwards about the 2018 NRA Bianchi Cup presented by Colt
Leveling The Playing Field: How The Shooting Sports Give Competitors A Fair Shake
Fact: 51 million people in the US are involved in one shooting sport or another, and their numbers are increasing every year