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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...

Rising Shooting Stars: Erik Berkeley

From smallbore to highpower, this young shooting star was born to ring steel.

Video: NRA Rules For Safe Gun Handling (Demonstrated)!

One of our top trainers demonstrates the NRA's 3 Rules for Gun Safety in this...

Again With the Front Sight!

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

Rising Shooting Stars: Adrienne Hanson

Quiet but determined, shy but indomitable on the line, she's one to watch!

Is It Safe to Dry-Fire Your Gun?

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

Olympics Ahoy: SASP Adds Airgun Disciplines For Junior Shooters

Think your child may be a budding Olympian? Maybe it's time to catch some air!

Higher Education for Juniors Who Love Hunting & Shooting

Five factors to consider when you're making your college applications.

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.

How To: Master Sight Radius, Sight Picture & Hold

Three simple things that affect your marksmanship with every shot.

Rising Shooting Stars: Allison Henry

JROTC shooter, honor-roll student and ambassador for the shooting sports...all before her 18th birthday!

How To Get Pumped About The Shooting Sports

Has shooting stopped being fun for you? Well, you definitely aren’t alone. There are ways...

First Impressions: Escort 22LR Bolt-Action Rifle

Escort...it's not just for shotguns anymore!

Civilian Marksmanship Program's Annual Fun Run is Happening!

All proceeds will benefit the Presbyterian Home for Children in Alabama and CMP youth marksmanship...

Preventing 3 Gun Safety Mistakes New Shooters Make

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