Putting a shot on target at 1,000-plus yards tests almost every facet of what it takes to be a marksman. This includes his equipment. From barrel, scope to action Denys Beauchemin breaks down what goes into building a hyper-accurate F-Class rifle.
Josh Poole is a clay buster for certain with the Texas teen setting a pair of skeet shooting records at NSSA Collegiate World Championship.
Kenda Lenseigne talks about her horse, gun and her remarkable run to become the first woman in Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA) history to win the Overall at a World Championship.
Get into the game fast with these competition-specific ARs.
We didn't know what (or if) we would need to shoot, when, or from what position or distance. Sounds a bit like how a defensive shooting situation might happen, right?
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,...