Trend-Setting Precision: Manufacturer-Run Long-Range Clinics
A quiet trend has begun in firearm industry and, judging by the response, the approach could quickly spread. While more and more gun companies are holding highly successful free events that provide fans a chance to take their latest models for a short “test drive” at a range, a pair of precision-rifle companies have launched something very different.
Workshop Warriors: A Second Career for America's Heroes
On April 6, 2008, Special Forces S/Sgt. John Wayne Walding and the rest of the members of ODA 3336 ascended a 10,000-ft. mountain in Nuristan, Afghanistan, to kill or capture high-value targets.
Blackpowder Basics: How To Shoot An Old-School Muzzleloading Rifle
Muzzleloading rifles and muskets using blackpowder are a fun and intriguing throw back to the earlier days of firearm technology, but also have a more involved process than simply loading a cartridge.
The Quest: Long-Distance Marksmanship Training
Christensen Arms launched its Quest long-distance marksmanship school in June 2021, and it took only a few scattered mentions on social media and word of mouth for classes to fill. The company expanded sessions this year to seven, each booked fully, and it plans on holding a total of nine next year to meet the today’s growing long-distance trend.
How NRA Trained America’s Snipers To Fight “Over There”
During World War I, America’s top riflemen and British and Canadian instructors ran the United States’ first sniper school at Camp Perry, Ohio. The skills taught there would soon be used in the trenches of France, and then wouldn’t be taught again for 60 years.
NRA Carry Guard Expo Seminars Emphasize Awareness
The topics of the 125 seminars offered at the inaugural NRA Carry Guard Expo ran the gamut from "Active Self-Protection" to aging and awareness.
Record Donations Highlight Gun Owner Generosity
Gun owners set a new Giving Tuesday record for the amount of money they donated to support youth shooting sports through the MidwayUSA Foundation.