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Outdoor Industry Career: Shooting Instructor

Creating the next generation of law-abiding gun owners.

8 Survival Secrets of America's "Mountain Men"

Some ninteenth-century wilderness lessons should never be forgotten.

How To Pattern a Shotgun

It's like zeroing-in, only for your scattergun (and yes, you really should do it).

How to Build a BB Gun Range Indoors

Don't let winter get you down! Here's how to keep your skills sharp without catching...

Backyard Clay Games Rock!

Here’s why backyard clays is the best...and easier than you think.

What's Five-Stand Sporting Clays?

Blending two shotgun sports to create the next hot shooting game.

Top 10 Tips to Coach a New Shotgun Shooter

Want to mentor a new shooter effectively? Here's how.

USA Shooting Juniors Collect 21 Medals, 4 World Championships!

Eight different athletes won 12 rifle medals in all five Olympic events.

Collegiate Competitive Shooting Programs

How—and why—kids should be encouraged to shoot competitively in college.

Color Wheel: Shooting Lens Tints & Why They Matter

Your eye protection can also enhance your shooting experience. Here's how.

Guns 101: Rifles, Shotguns and Pistols

Everything you wanted to know, but were too afraid to ask.

Mark Your Calendar: MidwayUSA Foundation's Days of Clays Dawn Soon

It's the first sporting clays tournament to benefit your favorite youth shooting team!

5 Public-Range Party Fouls

This NRA-certified instructor has seen it all, and then some. Here's what NOT to do.

5 Things to Know About Stock Fit

Stock fit can and does significantly affect your performance.

5 Things to Say When Talking to Your Kids About Guns

When discussing guns with your kids the conversation should revolve around one primary theme—responsibility.

Remington's 870: America's Favorite Shotgun

Eleven million sold (and counting!)...

Shooting Fundamentals: Internal and External Support

How to keep your shots as steady as possible.

Throwback Thursday: Annie Oakley's Guns

She may only have been 5 feet tall, but this shooter's shadow is a century...
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