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Looking Back At The 2003 NRA National Black Powder Target Rifle Creedmoor Match

Turning it on at 1,000 yards with a Black Powder Target Rifle at the NRA Whittington Center, circa 2003.

Nothing's Perfect

Both the original .38 Auto cartridge and its successor, the .38 Super, had design faults.

The Evolution of the .38 Super, Part 2

If your racegun isn't chambered in the .38 Super or one of its evolutions, chances are you won't even place in the top 20 percent at the NRA Bianchi Cup Action Pistol Championship.

The Evolution of the .38 Super, Part 1

One of the best kept secrets in Action Shooting.

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