The 20-year-old from Arlington, Washington made history last week by becoming the first female competitor to medal and picked up the first U.S. Paralympic Games medal in Shooting since 2004.
Eschewing the .410 option, 22Plinkster rolls .45LC on the Brazilian wheelgun with the fixed sights in a series of increasingly tricky shots.
The Gould Brothers, just two brothers into exhibition shooting, join up with Dude Perfect for some wild trick shots.
Sig Sauer Academy senior instructor and retired SGM Chili Palmer walks you through a modified prone position simulating shooting around a vehicle tire.
Sgt. 1st Class Keith Sanderson, a San Antonio native stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado had to make emergency repairs to his gun to replace a faulty trigger while competing at the Olympics
For those who may have less experience, I’d like to introduce some concepts that add up to what makes a gun’s trigger good, poor, or somewhere in-between.
The pro shooter has become the first woman to medal in six straight Olympics when she won bronze Friday in women’s skeet at the Rio games.
From close retention to long range head shots, Amanda K. Ries seems to drawing from concealment, Glock 19s, and ringing steel.
Competing in her third straight Olympic Games in Women’s Trap, Alaska native Corey Cogdell-Unrein, won her second lifetime medal Sunday, taking home the bronze for Team USA in the event.
When 19-year-old shooting sports phenom Ginny Thrasher picked up Team USA’s first gold this Olympics for her showing in the Women’s 10m Air Rifle event, some just couldn’t be happy for her.