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Early History Of The Free Pistol Event

Examining the early years of the free pistol event in international and Olympic competition.

Classic SSUSA: Photo Finish At 2005 International BB Gun Championship

Excitement was in the air at the 2005 International BB Gun Championship. The popular match, held in Kentucky, celebrated its 40th birthday that year.

Classic SSUSA: Flirting With Perfection

At the 2005 NRA High Power National Silhouette Championships, word spread quickly that history was in the making.

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.

Mexico City 1968 Olympics: We Fought Well (Part 2)

The second installment of our series on how U.S. competitive shooters fared at the Mexico 1968 Olympic Games.

A Page From History: Candle Practice

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

Mexico City 1968 Olympics: We Fought Well

The first part of our series on how U.S. competitive shooters fared at the Mexico City 1968 Olympic Games.

Classic SSUSA: The Many Faces Of Walther

Walther underwent change in the early 2010s, including the hire of a new director of competitive marketing and new offices in Arkansas. In this article, first published in the March 2013 issue, Chip Lohman examines more than a century of Walther history, plus an evaluation of the then-new LG400 Anatomic Expert air rifle.

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