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Action Shooting: How Hit Factor Scoring Works

Our guide to how USPSA match scores are calculated

How To Score Paper Targets

For some shooting disciplines, targets constitute the score cards used to determine winners. So it's important to make sure they are right!

Understanding USPSA Comstock and Virginia Count

It may sound like a geography lesson, but understanding the difference is critical to your score.

The Smallbore Shooting Process

All smallbore competitive shooting events, from the National Matches to local sectional matches, have the same traditions such as targets changed between stages, covered firing points, etc.

Life In The Pits

If you are an experienced high power rifle shooter then the joys of pit duty are nothing new to you. However if you are new to the sport, here's our primer on how your time will be spent on the other end of the berm

Can A Plugged Shot On A Paper Target Be Regauged?

It’s not difficult to understand why questions about scoring targets are common

What’s The Difference Between Inward And Outward Scoring Gauges?

It's always best to refer to the rule book covering the discipline at hand!

What You Need To Know About USPSA Scoring

Unique to their sport, USPSA incorporates a Major and Minor caliber scoring difference into five of their seven gun divisions.

Trijicon’s New 20-60x82 HD Spotting Scope

The 20-60x82 HD Spotting Scope is perfect for any competitor shooting at long distances. This big, gray battleship of a spotting scope will win many converts through sheer optical performance and rugged durability.

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