Precision Conditioning For Improved Agility In Action Shooting
Upper and lower body strength are important in the shooting sports, especially action shooting. Here are specific conditioning tips for competitive shooters.
J-Shaped Learning Process: Fire Every Shot Like Your First
Tips on how to recreate your first shot with perfect sight picture and trigger control every time.
Proper Use Of The USPSA Magazine Gauge & Box
This guide will help USPSA competitors ensure their guns and gear are division-legal prior to arriving at an action shooting match.
Running Competition Chronograph Stations: Observations And Tips
Here are eight helpful tips from the author after spending much of his time at USPSA matches last year running chronograph stations.
Classic SSUSA: David Tubb’s 7 Tips For Better Offhand Scores
Tips from High Power Rifle legend G. David Tubb on how to take control in competition, and make shots you know you are capable of.
10 Tips On USPSA Stages And Stage Management
As the 2022 USPSA shooting season ended, the author made observations and recommendations for both competitors and staff.
Make Your 2023 Goal Getting Out Of USPSA C Class
Guide on how to advance out of USPSA’s C Class and into B Class and beyond.
How To Raise MOA With Scope Shims
Raising MOA with scope shims is easy, once you know the math.
A Guide To High Power Rifle Wind Reading
This interview with former AMU Service Rifle Team Head Coach Sgt. 1st Class Walter Craig has plenty of high power rifle wind reading wisdom
Our Guide To Faster Steel Challenge Transitions
This guide will aid Steel Challenge competitors speed up their stage times and achieve better match scores in this fast-paced discipline