West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice Signs NRA-Backed Campus Self-Defense Act
The NRA joined West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice today for the signing of the Campus Self-Defense Act.
Rodman, Halbert Earn Runner-Up At 2022 Tactical Games Panthera
Team Blackhawk tactical athlete Zach Rodman and Jared Halbert take second place in Men's Elite division at Tactical Games Panthera
Test of Mettle: NRA World Shooting Championship
With a focus on skill and safe gun handling, the WSC is a great way to test your skills as a competitive shooter. Plus, it’s relatively inexpensive to compete. Remember: adaptability to guns that aren’t tailored to you is a big advantage at this match.
NRA World Shooting Championship: Musings From The Crowd
Greg Jordan is the first two-time winner of the NRA World Shooting Championship.
Collegiate Rifle: No. 1 WVU Slips By No. 2 TCU
It came down to the X-count at the highly anticipated WVU-TCU match this past weekend.
Collegiate Rifle: WVU Stays At No. 1, TCU Jumps To No. 2
For the second week in a row, the WVU rifle team is ranked No. 1 in the CRCA poll. TCU jumps two spots to No. 2. The two schools will face off in Morgantown on Oct. 26.
Collegiate Rifle: WVU Opens Season At No. 1, Air Force No. 2
West Virginia University, the Air Force Academy and the University of Kentucky are ranked one through three, respectively, according to the first CRCA poll of this season. The CRCA (College Rifle Coaches Association) rankings are determined from each team's highest score fired so far this season.
Our 30 Favorite NRA World Shooting Championship Photos From 2019
Here is a gallery with the 30 best photos from the 2019 NRA World Shooting Championship, held at the Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary, West Virginia
Butler Promoted To WVU Rifle Assistant Coach
The Mountaineers have not lost a regular-season match since Butler, a graduate assistant, arrived in Morgantown, West Virginia. “I cannot wait to continue to build on the last two years of work on the line.”
Why You Need To Attend NRA’s Advanced Long-Range School
First rule of long-range: Know what you are doing and learn the fundamentals before spending big bucks on gear. And know the value of a 100-yard zero!