The Shooting Sports Fair is a two-day event at Kokohead Shooting Complex, a public range in an extinct volcano on the island of Oahu. HRA provides the firearms and ammunition.
Creedmoor Sports, a leader in serving the precision rifle community, is excited to return to Camp Perry for the 2017 CMP National Matches!
Eleven Junior Rifle and Pistol athletes will spend part of their summer vacation in Germany representing the U.S. in the first ISSF Junior Championship.
The upcoming 2017 Scholastic Clay Target Programs (SCTP) National Championships is on track to break records in all facets of the tournament.
Nordic Components Shooter James Darst won the Open Division and took High Overall at Babes with Bullets 3-Gun Challenge and Zombies in the Heartland.
LTC (RET IDF) Mikey Hartman, founder and former 20 year commander of the IDF Sharpshooting and Marksmanship School, will host the second Facebook Live event June 26, 2017, at noon EST..
Lena Miculek recently earned multiple top finishes during the first ever International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) Rifle World Shoot.
The Wisconsin Scholastic Clay Target Program will be holding it’s fourth and final State Championship from June 23 to 25 at the WTA Homegrounds in Rome, Wisconsin.
Open to the general public and outdoor industry, all levels of shooting competitors are welcome; many of America’s top professional shooters will be competing.
Members of the Wilson Combat shooting team traveled to multiple matches on June 10, 2017.
Grey Ghost Precision is proud to announce team shooter, Jeremiah Futch’s placement of 23rd in the Tactical Division at the 2017 USPSA Muti-Gun Nationals.
The National Rifle League is pleased to announce that Kelbly Rifles has agreed to sponsor the NRL’s 2017 season as the official Action Sponsor.
If you want to save lots of time & ammo zeroing a rifle or hitting a distant target, invest a little time to understand the concepts of MOA and mils.
The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) and NRA Competitive Shooting Sports division are proud to announce members of the 2017 All-Scholastic Team!
As the official target sponsor for the NRA Bianchi Cup, Action Target’s world class turning and moving targets were used in every Bianchi Cup event.
As late as April of 1947, pitiful remnants of the once-powerful Japanese garrison on the Pacific island of Peleliu, unexpectedly attacked a US Marine patrol.
Onto bigger and better, that’s what 18-year-old Emily Stith said upon her high school graduation day last week. The one she skipped to compete in the ISSF.
Brian Luallen recently won his first professional tournament at the Archery Shooters Association (ASA) Pro/Am in London, Kentucky.
Another example of a “happy ending.” But for good training and quick thinking, it could have easily deteriorated into a toxic physical confrontation, even a lethal-force event.
Team Safariland member Rob Leatham racked up three wins in the last month in respected shooting competitions.
The USA Shooting Team is taking their National Sporting Clay Cup Fundraiser nationwide in 2017 and the Show Me State is their first destination.
USA Shooting has named longtime coach and rifle competitor Ernie Vande Zande as the chairman of the Lones Wigger Endowment & Legacy Project.
251,000 registered targets were thrown over the five days of the tournament. 562 different shooters from 15 states were in attendance, including 180 youth shooters.
Koenig collects 18th NRA Bianchi Cup championship; Leatham earns 11th Production championship trophy.
Vogel beat 81 competitors, receiving a 100 percent score, beating the second place contender by more than 10 percent.