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Rio Olympics Shooting Update

American shooters are rocking the 2016 Olympics, with more medals certain to come soon.

VIDEO: Shooting Straight with Chris Cheng

Many of us remember Chris Cheng from the History Channel’s long-since-canceled show “Top Shot.” The show ran for five seasons, between 2010 and 2013, and featured two teams of competitors who had to use an unknown array of rifles, handguns and shotguns on various targets as they ran through shooting stations. One by one, the lowest-scoring marksmen were eliminated.

VIDEO: Shooting Straight with Nick Fairall

Nick Fairall was once an Olympian and ski-jump world competitor. A tragic accident, however, left him without use of his legs. Now he is a serious shooting-sports competitor with a lot to say about the importance of our freedom.

Sharing A Gold Moment

A medal-winning rifle from the 1976 Olympics

Using Pop Culture Anime Cartoons, Japan Promotes Rifles in Youth Shooting Sport Before 2020 Olympics

The Japanese are using local pop culture cartoons to promote firearms to young people to generate interest in competitive shooting sports.

Olympic Trapshooter Corey Cogdell-Unrein Takes The Bronze In Rio

On Sunday, Corey Cogdell-Unrein earned the bronze medal in women’s trap at the 2016 Rio Olympics—the second medal earned by the U.S. shooting team this year, as well as Cogdell-Unrein’s second Olympic medal (she also earned a bronze medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.)

How Olympic Medals Help Ensure the Future of the Second Amendment

With the U.S. Olympic shooting team recently wrapping up its most successful Olympics in more than a half century, one unmeasurable effect of the team’s performance could be a strengthening of the Second Amendment.

Piers Morgan Shot Down By USA Shooting

The 2016 Olympics kicked off a week ago in fine style—with the U.S. picking up their first gold medal of the games courtesy of 19-year-old sharpshooter Ginny Thrasher. But of course, not everyone was happy for the Women’s 10m Air Rifle champ.

Olympic Medalist Shares Dangers Of Gun Control

American skeet shooter Kim Rhode made Olympic history this month in Rio when she became the only woman, and the first Summer Olympian, to ever win a medal in six consecutive Olympics.

Macey Way’s Blazing Focus

If you followed the National Junior Olympics Shooting Championship in April 2019, you’ve probably already heard of Macey Way, who decisively won the Women’s Air Rifle competition for the year.

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