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The Inspirational Story Of Adaptive Shooter Jim Kuzak

As a law enforcement officer in 2011, Team Glock’s Jim Kuzak was ambushed and shot five times. After his recovery, he hooked up with Trevor Baucom and became an adaptive shooter.

Adaptive Defensive Shooting Summit Continues To Grow

The Adaptive Defensive Shooting Summit is an accessible IDPA-style match for people with disabilities of all skill levels and knowledge of firearms.

Team USA Secures 9 Medals At Parapan American Games

U.S. athletes wrapped up the 2019 Parapan American Games with a total haul of nine medals. The matches, conducted in Lima, Peru, concluded August 27. In addition to the gold medal performances, Team USA also some had major breakthroughs from developmental athletes.

U.S. Wins First Medal at Paralympics Since 2004

McKenna Dahl wins a bronze medal at the 2016 Paralympic Games.

Tammy Delano Makes Paralympic Games Debut in Rio

Tammy Delano finished 17th at her Paralympic Games debut today in the R2 event.

Para-athlete Junior and Coach Bound to Realize Rifle Dreams

Taylor Farmer has to work harder to achieve her goals, but that hasn’t slowed her down.

Adaptive Shooting: Competition for Everyone

With a waiver, shooters with physical challenges can compete in NRA matches with other competitors on an equal basis.

Continued Evolution of the NRA Adaptive Shooting Program

The NRA Adaptive Shooting Program has seen many changes over the years since its debut in 1992.

NRA Adaptive Shooting Program Vision

According to Disabled-world.com, the June 2014 Active People Survey out of England found that “72.1 percent of disabled people take part in no sport or physical activity, compared to 47.8 percent of non-disabled people.

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