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Excellence in Competition Rifle: Then and Now

Two competitors, one a Baby Boomer, the other from Generation Z, examine the past and contemplate the future of High Power Rifle competition.

Is NRA Match Rifle For You?

NRA High Power Rifle competition has two options: Match or Service. Which one should you choose?

Service Rifle: Advanced Offhand Technique With Dan Lowe

Olympian and 2019 NTI match winner Dan Lowe shares Service Rifle offhand tips.

Competitors’ Corner: May 2020

Highlights from the May 2020 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA’s competitive shooting journal.

From Iron To Glass: The New Cost Of High Power

The addition of optics to Service Rifle can make the game expensive when switching from irons. Here we examine the cost of entry for competition with a scope.

The AR-15: A Brief History

The AR-15 has become “the most popular rifle in America.” Here’s the very short course on how it came to be, where it went to get here—and why we have such an amazing array of options available to us now.

Semi-Automatic Tech: Understanding Chambers

Knowing your rifle chamber matters. Learn why and how.

Zerr Wins NRA National High Power Rifle Championship

Ronald Zerr of Tucson, AZ, is this year's NRA National High Power Rifle Champion

Service Rifle: Full vs. Reduced Course

NRA Service Rifle is one of the easiest shooting activities to get into. All you need is a decent AR-15, a sling, some ammunition and a 600-yard range.

5 Common Mistakes To Avoid At Your First Service Rifle Match

Here are five easy-to-avoid mistakes that former 'Top Shot' contestant Frank Melloni made during his first Service Rifle match

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