Distinguished Rifleman: The Chase for Excellence

Author’s Note: I actually wrote a few drafts of this story in the past few years, but never got around to actually publishing it because none of the drafts felt compelling enough to release to the public. In that time, … Read More

A New Era In Service Rifle – 2016 Civilian Marksmanship Program Rules Changes

Ever since the early days of the National Matches at Camp Perry over 100 years ago, Service Rifle competitions have always been using metallic or iron sights. This is because the standard issue Service Rifle to the United States military … Read More

Creedmoor Sports Relocation

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Just recently Creedmoor Sports in Oceanside (California) announced that they will be relocating to Anniston, Alabama (near the Civilian Marksmanship Program headquarters), ceasing operations in Oceanside by 15 April 2013. Creedmoor Sports is primarily known for their products and services … Read More

Use Bone, Not Muscle – Rifle Shooting and Photography

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People view muscle strength as the primary factor in being able to lift and hold objects. In general, this is a true assumption. But using muscles is not the most efficient way to hold an object. As an experiment, grab … Read More

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