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Greg Jordan Becomes First 2-Time NRA World Shooting Champion

Greg Jordan, who first won the match in 2017, is now the first two-time NRA World Shooting Champion.

Results: IPSC Rifle World Shoot Sweden

U.S. women dominated the contest in August, taking the top three spots on the podium in the Open Semi-Automatic Division

Tim Yackley: Powerhouse Competitor

The youngest-ever NRA World Shooting Champion talks to Jacki Billings about competition and college

Competitors’ Corner: January 2019

Highlights from the January 2019 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA's competitive shooting journal that is published online every month. View the digital magazine for free at www.ssusa.org

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

Tim Yackley Becomes Youngest Ever To Win NRA World Shooting Championship

At the age of 20, Tim Yackley became the youngest shooter ever to win the title of “World’s Greatest Shooter” at Peacemaker National Training Center in West Virginia

What’s In Your Range Bag, Tim Yackley?

At seventeen, Tim Yackley is one of the top junior shooters in the country. It all started on his fourth birthday when his parents bought him the classic Red Rider BB Gun. His days were spent shooting pop cans in his backyard. And no, he didn’t shoot his eye out, he always wore safety glasses.

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