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Step Up To an Air Rifle: Part II

Part II of our two-part series.

Step Up To an Air Rifle: Part I

The first of a two-part series to introduce the sport of air rifle.

How To Tell When Your Child is Ready To Learn About Guns

It all depends on you and your child, but here are some hints to guide...

4 Gun History Facts to Blow Your Mind

Black widow spiders, windmills and laughing gas...it's all part of gun history.

3 Ways to Perfect Your Marksmanship Without Ammunition

No time for the range? No worries! You can practice safely at home.

3 Great Shooting Disciplines for New Shooters

You don't have to be an expert-level shooter to enjoy shooting sports!

5 Life Lessons Kids Learn at the Daisy Nationals

Competitive shooting teaches much more than marksmanship...here's how!

Review: Air Venturi Dust Devil BBs End Ricochet Worries

These innovative BBs just boosted shooting safety to a whole new level.

First Impressions: Daisy's New 1999 BB Gun

It's an all-new approach to a time-honored tradition.

Family Shooting Fun S.A.S.S Style

Looking for a shooting sport that your family will enjoy for years to come? Look...

Daisy National BB Gun Championships: Celebrating the Next Generation

Learning gun safety, marksmanship, sportsmanship and responsibility.

Rising Shooting Star: Tim Yackley

Meet the youngest shooter to claim the NRA World Shooting Championship title.

#NRAAM2019: New SIG SAUER Air Guns (So Much Fun)!

With the MCX Virtus and P365 in air gun form, you'll plink all day long...

6 Hot Tips For Teaching New Shooters With Air Guns

Air guns help make teaching the fundamentals easy...here's how.

First Impressions: Daisy's Model 599 10-Meter Competition Air Rifle

Shoot an entire match without having to recharge!

Square One: How to Shoot a Shotgun

Having trouble with scatterguns? Why not start over, from Square One?

Preventing 3 Gun Safety Mistakes New Shooters Make

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

Secrets of Handgun Grip

Here's why that "perfect" gun might not be working out for you.
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