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All About The Pardini GT 45

The GT 45 comes standard with fully adjustable iron sights. Its beavertail distributes recoil forces and helps dissipate felt recoil. The star of the show, though, is the excellent trigger.

Everything Handloaders Need To Know About Smokeless Powder

What’s under the hood of your cartridges? Do you take whatever’s on the lot (or shelf)? Here’s what you should know.

A Page From History: First Autoloading Sporter?

When it debuted in 1899, the Mannlicher Automatic Repeating Rifle was way ahead of its time.

Looking Back At The First NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championship

About a decade ago, college rifle clubs without an NCAA ranking had only their own intramural matches to compete in, with no national end-of-year recognition. This changed when the NRA debuted its NRA Intercollegiate Club Championship in April of 2010 at Purdue University.

How Much Is A Minute?

What is the exact size of a minute of angle at 100 yards? Here is one explanation to this often-asked question from a much-heralded source.

The Interesting History Of Vitarbo Custom Target Grips

The story of Vitarbo Target Grips began with the formation of the Air Force Shooting team in the 1960s.

Maximize Your Advantages, Limit Your Disadvantages

Want to improve your scores? Give yourself every edge you can on the firing line.

Is There A Shelf Life For .22 LR Ammunition?

Some say that with proper care, one can extend the life of rimfire ammunition. Learn what Lones Wigger had to say about it at a 1984 NRA Silhouette National Championship seminar.

Looking Back At The 2010 NRA National Long-Range Rifle Championship

With flags flying “straight out,” this was the year for wind shooters to excel.

Looking Back At The 2010 NCAA Rifle Championship

Learn about the surprise upstart squad that ended up winning the 2010 NCAA rifle championship, and at the 30th anniversary of the match, no less.

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