Legends: Ruby Fox
When asked if she ever “plinked” or shot just for fun, Ruby reflected for a moment and answered: “Shooting was always serious. It was a job that I loved. It was reverent. It was always a dress-up performance.”
From Smallbore to High Power
When Army Reserve Colonel Denise Loring made the transition from former AMU Smallbore Team Member to USAR Service Riﬂe Team member, we asked—“How did you do that?”
Let the Barrel Tell You: Match Barrel Care, Part 1
Why worry about a little barrel fouling when the throat is subjected to a brutal 5600° F volcano at 55,000 PSI?
DIY Bianchi Cup Championship Training
NRA Publications Deputy Executive Director Chip Lohman is making do with coffee filters.
How is Cleaning Different for Competitive Shooting?
We sift through the “mud and sand” of folklore on high power gun cleaning.
Book Review: Bullseye Mind - Mental Toughness for Sport Shooting
The experiences shared in Bullseye Mind come from real-world examples, making the book credible and interesting.
The Geissele Trigger Revisited
Do-it-yourself installation of the Geissele Trigger, from none other than Carl Bernosky.
Safe Shopping: Finding the Right Firearms Vault
Keep your collection safe from fire, or an opportunistic thief.
The Ray-Vin Scope Stand and Mount
A spotting scope stand and adjustable mount for outdoor weather and lumpy ground may require a different design than one suited for indoor ranges. If you need a stand for service rifle, benchrest or F-Class, here’s a solution worth looking into.