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Choosing An AR-15 Match Rifle Barrel

You need a good barrel if you want to win with an AR-15 in match rifle competition

Why You Need To Dry-Fire Practice

How much time do you spend on dry-fire practice? If the answer is none, you need to read this article! Practicing shooting techniques without using live ammunition, aka dry-fire practice, is a sure way to improve your competitive shooting skills

How To Get Started In Any Competitive Shooting Discipline

Here’s our tips on how to find a local club with competitive shooting matches, more information on disciplines you are interested in and more

All About Milt Sparks Holsters

When we needed a holster for our match-grade snub-nose revolver build, we went to world-renowned custom builder Milt Sparks, Inc.

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 Optimize The SIG TACOPS For Competition

Barrel and trigger upgrades make this P226 variant a top candidate for bumping up to match grade status

Reloading Our Smallest ‘.223’: The .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire

The new capability to handload .22 WMR is an opportunity to explore its mysteries, and perhaps become the Sherlock Holmes-esque home ballistician who solves ‘The Adventure of the .22 Win. Mag. Rimfire’

Steel Squirrels & Flying Pellets: The Magic of Air Rifle Field Target

Jock Elliott shares his enthusiasm for a challenging, yet fun sport that can be fired using anything from a Gamo Whisper to an Olympic 10-meter space gun: Air Rifle Field Target

Where Are The Back Issues?

Shooting Sports USA maintains a digital archive going back to June 2009

The Price Of Shooting—Hearing Loss?

Maintaining crystal-clear hearing is easier than you think for target shooters

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