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How to Rack a Pistol's Slide

Don't let your hand strength stand in between you and the semi-auto of your dreams.

Marty Brown Open Shooting Event: Fighting Ovarian Cancer

A fun, informative family event to benefit a great cause.

Visit SIG SAUER Academy Open House June 1

Calling all New England NRA Families...!

Getting Back In the Zone

Read what three expert shooters do to "re-set" themselves when they start to overthink a...

Throwback Thursday: Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier

And now you have that song going through your head. You're welcome.

What is "Point Blank Range"?

As with many phrases related to marksmanship, everybody uses it...not everybody knows what it really...

How Far is Too Far to Shoot?

Some rules of thumb for the new hunter.

Beginning Firearm Accuracy: Groups & What They Mean

You'll read in gun reviews and advice articles about "groups." But what do they mean...

Again With the Front Sight!

Yes, we keep harping on it. Here's the simple science behind why.

Are Women Better Shooters Than Men?

A retired Army logistician weighs in with what he learned from coaching male and female...

Is It Safe to Dry-Fire Your Gun?

Long answer, "yes" with a "but." Read on for more!

How to Find a Hunting Guide

Finding a guide isn't nuclear physics, but as with anything you're doing for the first...

5 Simple Steps to Bust Your Shooting Slump

It happens to every shooter, whether competitive, tactical or hunter: You hit a slump...

How to Use a Slug Gun to Hunt

In population-dense areas, this might be the only way to hunt with a gun.

CMP Scholarships For Student Shooting Athletes: Apply Now!

How to turn your love for the sport into $ for college!

Women Who Shoot High-Power Competitions

Women are in power...high power, that is!

Reviewed: MantisX Shooting Coaching System

Live fire, dry fire, Airsoft...whatever you shoot, MantisX will help you do it better.

Preventing 3 Gun Safety Mistakes New Shooters Make

When you're teaching someone to shoot, safety comes first...marksmanship later.
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