The U.S. Army's Mobile Marksmanship Training Team is devoted to ensuring that our armed forces, particularly our reserves, receive top-notch training.
Looking at the target after firing can tell you a lot about your shooting. Here’s a quick guide to help you spot some of the more common marksmanship errors, all based upon shooting a pistol with two hands on the gun.
Amid today’s modern warfare technology and evolving battlefield tactics, instruction in rudimentary rifle marksmanship has not gone out of style as a major portion of U.S. Army basic training.
Legislation to preserve and expand safe shooting ranges in the U.S. and to protect those already located on public lands from closure advanced this week with strong bipartisan support in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Occasionally re-familiarizing yourself with the fundamentals of marksmanship can make you a better shooter.