2016 Paralympic Medalist McKenna Dahl
Fast Fact: Dahl’s bronze medal last year was the first U.S. Paralympic Games medal in shooting since 2004.
Editor’s Letter: 2016 in review
It's a very different world than the one that existed when Shooting Sports USA was conceived more than 100-years ago.
Top 10 Competitive Shooting Stories of 2016
Here are the top 10 stories from the competitive shooting world this year, as compiled by the Shooting Sports USA editorial staff.
2016 NRA World Shooting Championship Results
Doug Koenig wins in his first appearance at the match.
The Best Black Friday Deals Online for 2016
Planning on skipping the crowds on Black Friday this year? Below are some online deals you won’t want to miss.
The New Gold Standard: Ginny Thrasher
Five years ago she picked up her first gun, now she’s an Olympic gold medalist.
Tammy Delano Makes Paralympic Games Debut in Rio
Tammy Delano finished 17th at her Paralympic Games debut today in the R2 event.
Beretta Wins 10 Medals at 2016 Rio Olympics
Two out of every three medals (including four gold) earned this year in shooting was with a Beretta DT11, clearly making it the shotgun of choice for this generation of Olympic champions.
U.S. Women Earn Most Hardware Since 1984 Olympics
The U.S. Olympic Shooting Team leaves Rio having secured three prized possessions courtesy of three talented women.