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F-Class: Ultimate Long-Range Shooting Challenge

Rifle competition at 1,000 yards? It can be done!

Rising Shooting Stars: Allison Zane

She's only 15, but this down-to-earth teen is already a top sponsored competitor.

Sharpshooter Showdown: A Friendly Contest Among History’s Finest Snipers

Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Chris Kyle, Simo Hayha and Carlos Hathcock: Who would win?

Winning Habits On the Range

Performance in competition—and in life—is often determined by our habits.

Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation: 2020 Championships Are ON!

It'll be a little different this year thanks to COVID-19, but it's happening!

5 Things You Should Know About the M1 Garand

“In my opinion, the M1 rifle is the greatest battle implement ever devised.” — Gen....

Profile: X-it Strategy, All-Women F-Class Shooting Team

For X-it Strategy, the "F" in "F-Class" stands for "Female."

My Experience with Starting a Shooting Club

Read about how one NRA Youth Education Summit alumnus made a difference in his own...

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.

F-Class: Ultimate Long-Range Shooting Challenge

Rifle competition at 1,000 yards? It can be done!

Carey Garrison: Rising Shooting Star

At 13 years old, Carey Garrison is the USA’s reigning Junior Olympic and Junior National...

Women Who Shoot High-Power Competitions

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

Winning Habits On the Range

Performance in competition—and in life—is often determined by our habits.

Teen Wins National Junior Duck Stamp Contest

When talent and a passion for conservation meet, we all win!

5 Things You Should Know About the M1 Garand

“In my opinion, the M1 rifle is the greatest battle implement ever devised.” — Gen....

Get Into Black Powder Target Rifle

Let’s imagine that the year is 1874 in the Texas panhandle, you are one of...
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