David Miller has more than 20 years of experience in the competitive shooting community and has lived to see the sport evolve into the world’s fastest growing shotgun sport. He is respected as one of the most knowledgeable individuals in the sporting clays community with a Master class title, and one of the best shooters […]
Cody Firearms Museum Blog: Unloading the Myth
The Cody Firearms Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West houses over 7,000 historically significant firearms with more than 15,000 firearms-related artifacts. We seek to provide every visitor – from gun aficionados, to firearms novices, to those without previous firearms experience – with a unique educational opportunity. This museum is more than just guns; firearms help inform the story of the West, the story of gun cultures, and the story of people.
Mark Hanish, President for Global Commercial Sales & Marketing for AMMO, Inc. presents this series of instructional videos on 3-Gun.
In 1994, within just three years of her first competition, Julie Golob earned a slot to the United States Practical Shooting Association’s (USPSA) National Championships. Her confident gun handling skills and accuracy caught the attention of the US Army Marksmanship Unit’s (AMU) Action Pistol Coach. Impressed with Julie’s shooting, she was awarded a coveted a letter of acceptance to […]
Starting later than the norm for most competition shooters, Kirsten Joy Weiss began her Olympic-style rifle career in the latter part of her high school years, but made up for time swiftly. She won gold at the International Cup at Bisley, England and received a collegiate rifle scholarship to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. From there […]
Chris Cheng is the History Channel’s Top Shot Season 4 Champion—he beat 17 professional marksmen and won a $100,000 cash prize, the title of “Top Shot,” and a pro marksman contract with Bass Pro Shops. He works closely with the National Rifle Association, the National Shooting Sports Foundation on the Outreach Advisory Council, and the California Rifle & Pistol Association on […]
During World War II, the U.S. Army was one of the first armies to adopt a semi-automatic rifle as its standard infantry arm. This was a big deal because during the war, most countries were still fighting with bolt action rifles, which are slower and don’t have quite as much fire power. The only other […]