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Competitive versus Defensive Shooting: Which Is Better?

It's an age-old debate: Does taking part in competitive shooting help or hinder defensive shooting? Steve Tarani gives his take on the two sides.

Creedmoor Matches: The First International Shooting Event in North America

Today, if you take the Grand Central Parkway east from Brooklyn, NY, to its intersection with the Cross Island Parkway in Queens, you will be close to the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center and the Queens Farm Park administered by the Parks Administration of New York City.

Point Shooting Vs. Sighted Fire: Which is Better?

The battle rages on between point shooters and those who rely on sighted fire. Is there a true winner in that contest?

Essential Gear for Competition Shooters

For the new shooter looking to rapidly get up to speed, joining a local competitive-shooting league is a great idea. Here’s some gear to get you started.

I Carry: FN America FN 509 LS Edge Pistol with Leupold DeltaPoint Pro Red Dot Sight

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have the brand-new FN America FN 509 LS Edge pistol with a Leupold DeltaPoint Pro red-dot sight carried in a Henry Holsters Flint AIWB rig.

First Shots: Ruger American Competition Pistol

Ruger's newly released Competition variant of the American pistol series brings a match-ready handgun to the product line.

New for 2020: Smith & Wesson Performance Center Lightweight T/CR22 Rifles

The Smith & Wesson Performance Center has expanded its rifle line with the addition of four new lightweight .22 LR rimfire rifles.

'The Tactical Games' Gains Popularity Among Shooters

The Tactical Games is a relative newcomer in competitive shooting, but its blend of physical demand and test of marksmanship skill under stress has created an all-new, adrenaline-filled extreme sport.

The Rifle: Cornerstone of the 2nd Amendment

Rifles remain a vital piece of the gun community, from home defense to competition to hunting. Here, our Rifles editor explains why the use and ownership of the rifle is vitally important to the Second Amendment and American freedoms.

The Rifle: The Cornerstone of the Second Amendment

Rifles remain a vital piece of the gun community, from home defense to competition to hunting. Here, our Rifles editor explains why the use and ownership of the rifle is vitally important to the Second Amendment and American freedoms.

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