Over the past four decades, Shooting Sports USA, the NRA’s competitive-shooting journal, has been on the firing line bringing news, match results and more to our readers.
Silhouette is one of the most popular NRA competitive shooting disciplines. At the 2021 NRA National Silhouette Rifle Championships, conducted last summer at the Ridgway Rifle Club in Ridgway, Pennsylvania, shooters traveled from 23 states (along with a few from Mexico) to compete in both smallbore and high power rifle events.
Without the NRA's members, there is no National Rifle Association. And without their advocacy, the Second Amendment, the shooting sports and our hunting heritage would be non-existent.
In July, Indiana First Lady Janet Holcomb kicked off the 2021 NRA National Matches at Camp Atterbury, which is the new home of the NRA National Championships for Precision Pistol, Smallbore Rifle and High Power Rifle. An active Indiana National Guard training facility, Camp Atterbury is located about 37 miles south of Indianapolis, near Edinburgh, Ind.
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.