Shooter Spotlight: Lones W. Wigger, Jr.
In shooting, it’s persistence that pays the biggest dividends—constant, steady practice, week in and week out, all year long.
Historic Indoor Rifle League Keeps Winter Competition Alive in Northern Ohio
The Northwestern Ohio Rifle League has been firing events for nearly 90 years.
NRA Honors Legendary Olympian Lones Wigger
"I truly believe that anyone can be a champion marksman if they work at it long and hard enough.”—Lones Wigger
The Fine Art of Not Cracking Under Pressure, Part III
The personal solutions of champions with regard to dealing with match pressure.
Expert Forum: Wind Shooting
Experienced shooters know the general theory of wind deflection during long distance shooting. Read what these experts have learned through practical experience.
The Mental Game: Getting Back "In The Zone"
We asked seven champions how they “re-set” themselves mentally.
USA Shooting Launches Lones Wigger Junior Olympic Endowment
Helping support the next generation of Olympic-style shooting excellence.
Honoring a Legend: USA Shooting Launches Lones Wigger Endowment and Legacy Project
Wigger's records and accomplishments are as numerous as they are lofty, with a career resume that may never be matched.
Legends: Lones Wigger 1937-2017
A fierce competitor, Wigger said no one would ever outwork him. “The will to win is really better stated as the will to prepare to win. In shooting, it’s persistence that pays the biggest dividends—constant, steady practice, week in and week out, all year long. I truly believe that anyone can be a champion marksman if they work at it long and hard enough.”