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How to Introduce Your Family to the Clay Games

A day shooting clay games with the family may be the best day ever. But...

Tested: Springfield Armory Waypoint Bolt-Action Rifle

Springfield's latest shoots like a precision rifle, but handles like old-fashioned hunting iron.

Shotgun Games For Bird Hunters

Keep your small-game or game-bird edge with these fun games.

How to Safely Store Your Gun In Your Car

If you must leave your firearm in your vehicle, here's how to keep it out...

The Pros and Cons of High-Tech Hunting

Technology is changing the way we do everything, including hunting. But is this always necessarily...

Fitness For Shooters

Did you know that getting in shape will improve your ability to shoot?

Cool Jobs: Wildlife Biologist

Is this the outdoor career of your dreams?

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!

6 Tips to Introduce Kids to Shooting

There's a right way and a wrong way to do this. Here's the right way.

Reviewed: Pelican Storm iM3100 Gun Case

USA Shooting's Nic Moschetti knows from gun cases! Here's his pick.

How to Teach a Kid To Love Hunting

That first experience can make or break the sport of a lifetime.

Rising Shooting Stars: Christian Seybert

Humility, talent and a commitment to excellence...he's one to watch!

Higher Education for Juniors Who Love Hunting & Shooting

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

UPDATE! Henry Repeating Arms Raises $47K for Leukemia-Stricken Child

The limited-edition "Prayers for Preslie" guns sold out...thank you, NRA Families!

Rising Shooting Stars: 3 Akenhead Sisters

This sibling set is a triple threat to X-rings everywhere!

Champion, Kids & Clays Partner to Support Ronald McDonald House

Champion Traps & Targets, together with Kids & Clays, cares for seriously ill kids.

Armed by Architecture: How Better Design Got Me to a Gun Range

“We wanted an inclusive destination—nonthreatening, everyone’s invited."
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