Cardboard Computers: Classic Mechanical Devices Used To Aid Shooters
Compute and shoot—slipsticks for the shootist. Competitors should know the advantages and disadvantages of simple-to-use and inexpensive cardboard sliding-scale devices.
A Page from History: Notable Shooter A.C. Gould
Mr. Gould made several contributions to the advancement of organized shooting in this country.
1872 Creedmoor and the First Annual Matches
By April 1873, NRA had opened the Creedmoor range, and the first annual matches were held at the new range that same year. The "National Matches" began in 1903.
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 Brief History of Smith & Wesson
Smith & Wesson's pistols, rifles and revolvers have been popular with military, police and sport shooters since the company was founded in 1852
The History of Ruger
Sturm, Ruger & Co. is a company who is dedicated to the firearm industry, and has been since the company started in 1949. Here’s the history of the iconic brand
Remembering The 2008 NRA Bianchi Cup Action Pistol Championship
What is a Bianchi Champion? To be called a champion of the NRA Action Pistol Championship, popularly known as the NRA Bianchi Cup, one must endure many factors. To fully understand this, it’s necessary to look at competitors of the past
The Origin Of The Olympic Games
The first Olympic Games were held Ancient Greece in 776 B.C., on the west side of the Peloponnesus, near an area sacred to worshippers of the Greek Olympians—gods like Zeus and Athena.
Paris 1900 Olympics: And It Was A Mistake
The second Olympic Games went to Paris and, by all accounts, they were a mess.