Shooting sports have long been a part of the college experience. And after a dry spell, are once again flourishing across the country's university system.
Extreme accuracy and precision are the name of the game at rail gun competitions. These unique firearms are built with one goal in mind; place every shot through the same hole.
Competitive shooters look for any edge to shave time or group tighter. And Armalite intends to give this spirited group of gun enthusiast a leg up with it new 3-Gun Series of AR-15 and AR-10 rifles.
Sierra's MatchKing bullets have grown in renown as among the most accurate projectiles on the market. The company, however, has attempted to improve on the already impressive bullets with a resin-tipped line.
Two lucky shooters will face off at the 2015 SHOT Show for the chance to win $10,000 of Sig Sauer firearms.
Ruger introduced its competitive model of the GP100 a year ago and has been quick to update the revolver. The Match Champion now boasts adjustable rear sights, which should help its accuracy, no matter the ammo.
Jim Clark was known as one of the best bull's eye shooters of his era. But he left his mark on the shooting world in another way, developing 1911 pistols that excelled in competition.
Of all the shots in sporting clays, the tower station might be the most maddening. But Gil Ash has a few quick and easy pointers that should get you smashing more blue rock on this high-flying shot.
Getting a shotgun to hit where you point it can be a challenge. But there are a few tricks of the trade that will get you smashing more clays and bagging more birds the next time you break out your smoothbore.