Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Metal Madness
This video is a behind-the-scenes look at this easy-to-learn shooting discipline that was born in a Kentucky backyard. Featuring Metal Madness founder Ed White.
NRA World Shooting Championship: Musings From The Crowd
Greg Jordan is the first two-time winner of the NRA World Shooting Championship.
Book Review: Small-Bore Rifles A Guide For Rimfire Users
Interested in learning more about smallbore rifle shooting? You need to read this book!
NRA World Shooting Championship: A Firsthand Look
Taking a look at the stages, guns and ammo at the 2018 tournament held at the Peacemaker National Training Center in Gerrardstown, West Virginia, in September
Review: Rock River 1911A1 NM Hardball
A quintessential slab-side 1911—from the thumb safety to the beavertail. A perfect gun for bullseye shooting
New: Cobalt Kinetics AR-15 Handguards
EDGE and TEAM handguards are now available for purchase separately after the introduction of the EDGE rifle three years ago
CORE Precision Rifles Move Closer To Perfection
Precision rifles built by CORE’s custom shop boast master craftsmanship, for highly accurate guns with a focus on functionality
Metal Madness: Blend Of Accuracy, Speed Proves Popular
Producing a competitive score in the sport of Metal Madness requires ridiculously good accuracy and speed skills
Team USA Seeks Olympic Berths In Korea
The new Shotgun Trap Mixed Team event will be among the many pistol, rifle and shotgun events that USA Shooting athletes will be compete in during their trip east
Bisley Shooters Seek 1966 Queen’s Prize
The shooting center at Bisley is a legendary venue that’s pretty much been England’s national firing range for some time. Here’s some photos and video from 1966 during the Queen’s Prize match at Bisley, a turning point for the historic range, via the BBC Archive