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How To Be A Precision Shooter

Maj. John Plaster dispels the notion that precision shooting requires a high cost of entry and demonstrates that even those on a budget can partake with the right setup, practice and expectations.

Firearm Companies Provide Gifts to Ailing Youth

A number of firearm-industry manufacturers banded together to ease one particular enthusiast's isolation during the pandemic.

Tested: Dan Wesson TCP 1911 Pistol in 9 mm

The Dan Wesson TCP (Tactical Carry Pistol) is a Commander-style 1911, a full-size “Government” length frame mated to a shorter slide and barrel.

Built for a 2,000-Yard Beatdown: Hornady's 300 PRC Goes the Distance

Starting with a McRees Precision chassis and other premium components, the author's 300 PRC build does Hornady's new match load justice.

Second Acts: Champion Shooter Vera Koo

In this first article in an occasional series on women who entered the world of firearms later in life or as a second career, eight-time Bianchi Cup Women's National Champion Vera Koo tells us her story.

Tested: Weatherby Vanguard Modular Chassis Rifle

Designed for precision long-range shooting, the VMC has a number of features that make it appropriate for competition and law enforcement work.

Black Hills Ammo: A Family Business

During a recent trip to the range for gun evaluations, I fired several guns and among them was a 1911-style .45 automatic. Happily enough, this is not unusual for me.

Building a Bianchi Cup Production Gun

Building a Bianchi Cup Production gun is easy, as this division only allows minor modifications.

Hush: It’s CCI’s Quiet .22

CCI’s Quiet .22 ammunition offers low noise and high precision.

Handloading

People approach handloading from different perspectives. When I was moving every few years in the service, handloading just didn't seem to be practical.

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