8 Facts About F-Class Shooting You May Not Know
Here are eight little-known facts drawn from the rich history of F-Class competition.
Savage Arms, Canadian University Shooting Federation Join Forces
The CUSF (Canadian University Shooting Federation) is the recipient of a generous sponsor package from Savage to help the state of Canadian collegiate firearms education and sport shooting skills development.
Savage Arms To Sponsor Canadian Rimfire Precision Series
Savage has signed on as a Gold Sponsor of the Canadian Rimfire Precision Series, which conducts over 20 events annually.
From Tin Cans To Champion
After learning to shoot by plinking cans as a child, Tom Whitaker has accumulated an impressive list of accolades from the firing line, including the Governor General’s Prize at the 125th Canadian Fullbore Rifle Championships.
All About The Lapua Monarch Cup
“The Lapua Monarch Cup was created to support the growth and strength of the metallic silhouette shooting sports, along with promoting brotherhood amongst shooters and a legacy for generations to come,” said Monarch Cup Director Daniel Salazar.
SFC Brandon Green First U.S. Military Shooter To Win Governor General’s Prize
The 2018 Canadian National Fullbore Championship was the latest in a string of victories this year for Green of the Army Marksmanship Unit
Getting Back To The Roots Of Practical Shooting
To learn something, go back to its roots. This means if you want to learn practical shooting, you go back to the roots—shooting a 1911 in .45 ACP The lasting influence of the 1911 lives on in USPSA Single Stack division
Fifth F-Class Rifle World Championships In Ottawa, Canada
U.S. shooters win both F-Open and F-T/R Individual World Championships, and the U.S. F-T/R Team repeats as World Champions
Winners From The Canadian National F-Class Championships
American shooter Rhys Ireland is the 2017 champion with a score of 434-30Vs.
The NRA International Distinguished Badge
More U.S. competitive shooters compete in World Championships events than ever before.