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Review: Federal Syntech PCC 9mm 130-Grain

The newest addition to Federal’s Syntech polymer-coated ammo line is a solid choice for carbines and handguns.

The First Targets At Creedmoor Were Giant Iron Slabs

In the 1870s, the first riflemen at NRA’s Creedmoor Range on Long Island in New York state were shooting 530-grain .45 cal. bullets at 1400 fps!

Making Long Range Ammo Testing Easier

The SOLO personal electronic target system uses sensors attached to the target frame that acoustically detect incoming supersonic bullets, along with a wireless link for connectivity to devices on the firing line. In other words: Eureka!

6 Things You Didn’t Know About the NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championships

The NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championships determine the National Collegiate Individual and Team Champions in both Air Rifle and Smallbore Rifle

WVU’s New Mobile Rifle Range Boasts 20 Firing Points

Twice the size of the previous venue, the new Bill McKenzie Mobile Range is equipped with e-targets and has more than enough capacity to host a NCAA rifle championship

Entries Double At 2017 New England Games

Brian Williams wins four rifle events at the second year of this CMP Travels Games stop

CMP Competitors Confident In Electronic Targets

Competitors are impressed by the abilities of the e-target software and confident in the precision of the target program

AMU’s SFC Brandon Green Wins Aggregate Title At CMP Cup Matches

Green said: “I’ve been very fortunate to get support from friends, family and the ROTC programs in high school, and of course from the CMP and NRA as well."

Making E-targets for U.S. Shooters

Concerned about errant bullets striking the electronics or wiring?

Electronic Targets—Coming to a range near you?

With their ability to instantly display the shots of every shooter on a scoreboard, will e-target systems increase participation?

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