2017 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championships Results
AMU sweeps the Iron Man Aggregate awards podium
Legends: Lones Wigger 1937-2017
A fierce competitor, Wigger said no one would ever outwork him. “The will to win is really better stated as the will to prepare to win. In shooting, it’s persistence that pays the biggest dividends—constant, steady practice, week in and week out, all year long. I truly believe that anyone can be a champion marksman if they work at it long and hard enough.”
After 80 Years, Black Hawk Rifle Tournament Marches On
The 2018 smallbore event at River Bend Gun Club in Georgia marked the 80th year of the match—but not the 80th match held. Find out why!
The 400 Club: A History
In 1933, one of the most exclusive clubs in all of competitive shooting made its debut. And surprisingly enough, the 400 Club had much in common with high society clubs in New York City during its short existence.
History Of U.S. Participation In The RWS Challenge Trophy Match
Part 1 of our look back at U.S. participation in the Rheinsche-Westfalischen-Sprengstoff Challenge Trophy Match.
Legends: Art Cook 1928-2021
Arthur Edwin “Art” Cook, “the Cookie that would not crumble,” passed away on Feb. 21, 2021.
Steve Angeli—Perfect for 640 Shots
Over a four day stretch in June, Steve Angeli lay on the Palmyra Pennsylvania Sportsman's Association firing line, perhaps enjoying a home field advantage because that is his club, and shot 640 tens and X’s.
2016 Rhode Island 3-P Metric Jules Epstein Trophy Regional and Olympic Day Celebration
The threat of heavy rain caused a few last-minute cancellations which allowed the range staff to combine two relays into a single full range.
2016 National Smallbore Rifle Championships Results
The highlight of the tournament was not the excellent shooting, which certainly deserves praise, but the spirit of the shooting sports exemplified by the extraordinary lesson in persistence taught by George Norton of the AMU.
Why is it called Conventional?
While exploring the origin of the term “Conventional Target,” Hap outlines the historical evolution of smallbore shooting, both here in the U.S. and across the pond.