What’s in Your Shooting Bag, Gabby Franco?
Gabriela (Gabby) Franco exudes energy and confidence as she travels the country teaching firearms courses and competing in USPSA matches. A former pistol competitor on the Venezuelan Olympic team, she moved to the U.S. in 2002 after claiming three gold medals in the South American Games. Many know her from Season 4 of History Channel’s “Top Shot” series.
Getting Started in NRA Action Pistol
Are you interested in getting involved in Action Shooting? The NRA offers a free downloadable guide that will help give you a better understanding of NRA Action Pistol, as well as the Bianchi Cup National Action Pistol Championship.
Double Tap Drill: The First Step on the Path to Success
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.
Monthly USPSA Matches at the CMP’s Talladega Marksmanship Park
Competitors were challenged at a USPSA match last November in Talladega, the sixth USPSA Match held at the park since it opened last year.
What’s in Your Range Bag, Brian Nelson?
Learning how to handle firearms safely began with a Ruger Single-Six .22 revolver at four years old. Now 18, Brian Nelson still has “his official first gun,” a Henry Youth Model .22.
Understanding the Power Factor
It drives virtually all action pistol games, and shooters can use it to their advantage.
Smith & Wesson Introduces 2016 Professional Shooting Team
Industry Legends Julie Golob, Doug Koenig and Jerry Miculek take the lead for Team Smith & Wesson in 2016.