Entering its third year, Zombies in the Heartland has continued to grow in popularity. It seems, the living dead have a way of livening up 3-gun competitions.
Ever been curious as to what pro shooters must have when they compete? Here's your shot to find out! A top 3-Gun shooter gives us a glimpse at what he totes along when he competes in one of shooting's most demanding sports.
Ever since tactical and practical shooters began putting glass on rifles to serve as the primary sighting system, they began to search for better ways to back up the optics with iron sights.
Get into the game fast with these competition-specific ARs.
In the world of competitive shooting there are few people—men or women—who can match what Julie Goloski Golob has accomplished in the last two decades.
Though certainly not complete training in and of itself, shooting competition (IDPA, IPSC, etc.) can be a useful component of firearms training, skill maintenance and skill assessment.
The sport of 3-gun competition falls within the discipline known as “action shooting,” which really is a politically correct term for practical shooting, the sport based on the quest for a higher level of combat shooting. While action shooting has been formally presented in America now for several decades, it has taken various shapes.
Not to beat a dead horse here, but after I told you last week about the new Chad Adams book, The Complete Guide to 3-Gun Competition, we came up with a package that anyone even remotely interested in getting involved in the sport is going to love. In addition to this new book,...
A group of shooters have clinched the title of Nation’s Best 3-Gun Team following a competition July 14-15, 2012, at the Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary, West Virginia. Nicknamed “Team NovesColt,” the shooters are Rob Romero (Noveske Shooting Team), Jansen Jones (Noveske Shooting Team) and Clint Upchurch (Colt professional shooter). They are...