Two world-class shooting venues will once again hold the eighth Progressive-Position Pistol (PPP) National Championships, July 31-August 2.
Brownells has teamed with the American Sportsman Shooting Center, home of the nation’s only indoor, live-fire cinema range to provide scholarships for the upcoming Youth Shooting Academy…..
For many college bound competitive shooters, finding a school with a collegiate shooting sports program can be a challenge, let alone one offering scholarships.
Precise engineering, sleek designs and unforgettable feel are what hunters expect from Barnett Crossbows.
The National Rifle Association invites high school sophomores and juniors across the United States to apply for the 2015 National NRA Youth Education Summit.
The AZGFD has announced that with the recent release of “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1,” interest in target archery has soared, especially among young people.
Macie, 15 and a sophomore at Marshall, downed an 8×8 bull elk Monday morning, the opening day of the second 2014 Arkansas elk hunt.
A POWA is proud to announce it will host the annual benefit auction being held at Carlisle for the second consecutive year, and takes place on the final day of the 2014 event, Sunday, September 7.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that nine new members have been selected to serve on the Natural Resources Commission Youth Conservation Council.
The MNDNR has announced that any Minnesota shooting clubs that would like to develop trap-shooting facilities open for public use can apply for funds through a new grant program.
MidwayUSA has announced the latest winners in their Constituent Challenge, an incentive program to reward active shooting teams that raise money for their Team Endowment Account with the MidwayUSA Foundation.
The Northern Badlands Chapter of the MDF and the North Dakota Game and Fish Department hosted the seventh annual M.U.L.E.Y. Day Camp on Saturday July 12.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation has announced youth shooter Jamie Lukens a s a local champion in firearms safety.
Forty-two college participants in the Scholastic Clay Target Program and Scholastic Pistol Program have been announced for $1000 college scholarships being awarded by the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF).
Youth shooters can sign up today for this rare opportunity to learn proper shooting habits and absorb fundamental rifle knowledge from the guidance of some of the best marksmen in the country.
Despite inclement weather, 331 athletes and 49 teams, including 24 new teams, showed up to participate in the event…
The ultimate weapon to end to man’s ever present battle against house flies, mosquitoes and roaches…
Tragically, 18 times more children are killed by suffocation from bedding, plastic bags or small objects than guns…
My grandchildren are like most youngsters across the state and most of the nation — they are fascinated by shooting…
Gunfire erupted in a Summerville, SC rural community over the weekend as a gang of teenagers, including some pre-teens according to witnesses, literally sprayed hundreds of bullets over a three hour period…