Savage Arms Sponsoring National Rifle League Hunter Series
NRL Hunter Series matches are rifle competitions that challenge participants with conditions intended to replicate hunting scenarios.
27,577 Student-Athletes Participating In USA Clay Target League Spring Season
Over 27,000 high school and college student-athletes will be involved with USACTL shotgun programs this spring—a new record.
Precision Rifle Champions Switch To New Bullet In Mid-Season—And Win
While switching horses midstream is generally not advisable, some shooters who switched to Hornady’s A-Tip Match bullet in mid-2019 became PRS and NRL champs.
How To Get Started In NRL22 Competition
Get in on the fun of NRL22 competition, and don’t forget the kids!
Places To Shoot: Blue Grass Sportsmen’s League
Since 1945, the Blue Grass Sportsmen's League has promoted the dignity, ethics and honor of good sportsmanship and is now well-known as Kentucky's largest sporting league. Members enjoy the camaraderie of fellow shooting enthusiasts at the over 1,400-acre facility
All About Precision Rimfire Competition
Precision rimfire competition has exploded in popularity over the last few years, mostly due to advancements in technology and affordability. Get into a smooth rhythm and stick with it.
Youth Shooting Revolution—USA Clay Target League
It’s safe to say that young people love the shooting sports—especially clay target shooting. There’s about 30,000 student-athletes participating in the USA High School Clay Target League nationwide during the 2018-19 school year
WATCH: Savage MSR-10 Precision Rifle
With a stainless steel heavy barrel and 5R button rifling, the Savage MSR-10 is designed for match-winning accuracy in Precision Rifle Series, National Rifle League, 3GN competitions and more
USA College Clay Target League Goes Nationwide
Building on the success of their high school program, the USA Clay Target League now has a shooting sports program for colleges and universities
New: Hornady .300 PRC (Precision Rifle Cartridge)
Scott Olmsted of American Hunter recently tried out the new .300 PRC, a cartridge that should may give .300 Win. Mag. a run for its money, or at least meet the demand for increased accuracy in long range shooting.