A Page from History: Air Resistance of a .30-'06
What is the air resistance against the point of a .30-'06 military bullet in pounds?
A Page from History: 1952 International Competition
In 1952, the NRA was the governing body for international competition in the USA.
A Page from History: Offhand Rifle Shooting
A good score is not made by a large number of perfect shots, but by the absence of poor ones.
Serenade in Blue: It could have been the .30-338
Long-range stalwarts, such as the the lanky 6.5x284 and subsequently the .30-338 and .300 Win. Mag. all lost center stage in the competition world to svelte young starlets like the 6mm and 6.5mm Creedmoor.
A Page from History: Toward Better Scores with National Match Rifles and Ammo
Classic service arms and ammunition at the National Matches!
A Page from History: Musings of an Old Rifleman
Observations on rifle accuracy by a shooter whose experience spanned 50 years of intensive activity and also over 3,000 various tests
Six Things You Didn’t Know About Camp Atterbury
The new home of the NRA High Power Rifle Championships has a storied history
Embracing Change At The National Matches
Challenges and threats to the continuance of this distinguished competition are as much a part of its storied existence as the contributions to sportsmanship and the technical evolution of firearms, ammunition and equipment
The Leupold & Stevens Story: Over 100 Years Of Excellence
Leupold and their trademark Golden Ring have become synonymous with quality in precision optics. This is the company's story