With a history going back even further than the National Matches, this Arizona High Power Rifle shoot is all about the experience
Olin Winchester and Members of Congress meet in Washington, D.C., to talk about the value of shooting sports, along with the Shoot United Initiative
An interview with Christian Sailer, the 2019 USPSA HiCap Open Division National Champion.
At 126 years old, the Arizona Rifle & Pistol Association’s Washington’s Birthday Match is the oldest annual rifle competition in the country
Preserving America’s gun culture: competitive shooting, commerce, hunting, and self-defense is paramount to the D.C. Project
Parsons was instrumental in modernizing the intercollegiate shooting program after World War II by successfully advocating replacement of the “military” standing position (arm supporting the rifle free of the shooter’s body) by the NRA-hip rest position common in domestic and international shooting. Parsons shot on the George Washington University (GWU) team that won the first Intercollegiate National Championship determined by nationwide sectional competition.
18-year-old Dakota attended the NRA National High Power Rifle Championship for the third consecutive year with the Washington Warriors rifle team.