Shooters from far and wide traveled to West Virginia to compete at the 2015 NRA World Shooting Championship presented by Magpul in September.
Air rifle field target is, quite simply, one of the toughest shooting challenges that any target shooter can face.
The CMP has announced the Talladega 600, a new match at the new Talladega Marksmanship Park. The event has been designed to appeal to rifle, pistol and shotgun fans to provide a wide variety of marksmanship opportunities for competitive shooting enthusiasts.
On October 3, Ammo Alley Sporting Center and Training Academy in Hartsburg, Missouri hosted an introduction to competitive shooting class they call “Gun Fun.” The shooting discipline explored in this particular class was NRA Action Pistol. The folks at Ammo Alley are committed to teaching prospective competitors how to use firearms safely and effectively at their indoor shooting range.
The most basic skill set required of action pistol competitors is the one that will begin over 80 percent of all courses of fire—facing the first target in the array, then drawing and engaging it with two rounds when the buzzer sounds.