Early History Of The National Skeet Shooting Association
A retrospective on the early history of skeet, spanning the beginning of the sport in the early 20th century to sharpen skills between grouse hunts, to later in the 1960s when it first appeared on the Olympic program.
What Was The Olympic Running Target Event?
The Athens 2004 Games marked the end of an era in Olympic shooting as the final year with the Running Target event on the program. Here we look at the early history of the Olympic Running Target event.
Early History Of The Rapid-Fire Pistol Match
Examining the early years of the rapid-fire pistol event in Olympic and international-level competitions.
What Was The United States Revolver Association?
A look back at the U.S. Revolver Association, a major player during the early history of pistol competition in the United States
Early History Of The Amateur Trapshooting Association
The history of the Amateur Trapshooting Association and its predecessor organizations from 1892 to 1976
Early History Of Three-Position Rifle Competition
Tremendous shooting ability is required for success in three-position matches, plus enough endurance to handle a heavy rifle for 120 shots
Early History Of The Free Pistol Event
Examining the early years of the free pistol event in international and Olympic competition.
Early History Of The Smallbore Rifle Prone Match
Examining the early years of international smallbore rifle prone competition and how target changes over the years made the sport tougher.
Mexico City 1968 Olympics: We Fought Well (Part 4)
Part four of our look back at the Mexico City 1968 Olympic Games.
Mexico City 1968 Olympics: We Fought Well (Part 3)
The third installment of our series about how U.S. competitive shooters fared at the Mexico City Olympic Games in 1968.