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DIY Bianchi Cup Championship Training

NRA Publications Deputy Executive Director Chip Lohman is making do with coffee filters.

What Do You Need For A Dedicated Handloading Area

A well-stocked and often used handloading area is usually in a state of constant evolution―that’s part of the fun!

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

Smith & Wesson M&P Competition Build

For under $1,200, you can have your very own match-grade, striker-fired action shooting pistol

How To Make A Personal Eye Blind

When making an eye blind, the first thing to keep in mind is the purpose of the blind

Space-Saver: Reloading On A Minimalist Setup

This Hornady-based reloading setup is simple, affordable and easy to fit in a small space. New shooters and firearm enthusiasts looking for one way to build a downsized reloading setup should read this article.

How To Lose At Dueling And Still Survive: Wax Bullets

There are plenty of reasons to use wax bullets, most importantly—the entertainment factor.

How Good Is Your Load?

Accuracy testing is only as precise as the target used.

6 Common Errors In Optics Mounting

Our guide on how to avoid mistakes while mounting optics.

Tips On How To Easily Repair Rimfire Dry Firing Damage

With the right tools and the tips outlined in this article, you can fix this problem at home.

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