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A Page From History: Candle Practice

In the late 19th century, competitive shooters would develop novel approaches to marksmanship training.

Meals For Shooters: A Cool Solution in 1968

For 1968 and beyond at the National Matches, the NRA had to make do with only ovens to feed the masses, leading to the heavy use of frozen foods.

A Page From History: The 1970 National Matches

From Jul. 29 to Aug. 24, 1970, the National Matches finally secured federal funding again, after a three-year hiatus.

Theodore Roosevelt’s Top Guns

A Life Member of the National Rifle Association, regarding gun knowledge, he was the President with the most.

Alice Bull: The “First Lady” Of Competitive Shooting

Bull’s talents on the firing line at the National Matches were legendary—she won a staggering four National Women’s High Power Rifle Championships.

A Page From History: The 1998 Camp Perry Tornado

In 1998, Camp Perry suffered catastrophic structural damage after an F2 tornado swept through the Ohio National Guard facility.

History Of The First Semi-Automatic Pistols

Did you know the first semi-automatic pistol was unveiled in the late 19th century?

The Interesting History Of Vitarbo Custom Target Grips

The story of Vitarbo Target Grips began with the formation of the Air Force Shooting team in the 1960s.

A Page From History: World’s First Recorded Pistol Match

Even four centuries ago, people wanted to know who the best pistol shot was.

Looking Back At The First NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championship

About a decade ago, college rifle clubs without an NCAA ranking had only their own intramural matches to compete in, with no national end-of-year recognition. This changed when the NRA debuted its NRA Intercollegiate Club Championship in April of 2010 at Purdue University.

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