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Early History Of The National Skeet Shooting Association

A retrospective on the early history of skeet, spanning the beginning of the sport in the early 20th century to sharpen skills between grouse hunts, to later in the 1960s when it first appeared on the Olympic program.

Classic SSUSA: Alaska-Fairbanks Wins 2001 NCAA Rifle Championship

In 2001, the University of Alaska-Fairbanks rifle team captured its third consecutive win at the NCAA Rifle Championship. Read our historic coverage of the match.

Alice Bull: The First Woman To Win A President’s Hundred Tab

Alice Bull amassed an impressive resume of regional, state and national shooting titles over the course of her career.

The First “Made In America” Match At The National Matches

The “Made in America” Match made its debut at Camp Perry during the 1996 National Matches.

What Was The Olympic Running Target Event?

The Athens 2004 Games marked the end of an era in Olympic shooting as the final year with the Running Target event on the program. Here we look at the early history of the Olympic Running Target event.

Classic SSUSA: 2001 IBU Biathlon World Cup Previews Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympics

Our look back at the 2001 IBU Biathlon World Cup in Midway, Utah, which served as a test run of sorts for biathlon competition at the Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympic Games

The History Of The Dilworth Gun

All about the late SHCP District Commander, Capt. Cecil Dilworth, and his namesake gun

Analyzing The 7-Year History Of USPSA Carry Optics Competition

USPSA Carry Optics division, by the numbers

Federal Ammunition: Excellence In Competition

To celebrate its 100th anniversary, here are highlights from Federal’s long association with top competitive shooters

Early History Of The Rapid-Fire Pistol Match

Examining the early years of the rapid-fire pistol event in Olympic and international-level competitions.

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