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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.

Why Americans Who Win in the Shooting Sports are Good for Our Freedom

USA Shooting makes a strong presence in Tokyo, showing our American heritage.

How You Can Watch Olympic Shooters Compete

After a year-long delay and the additional anticipation associated with it, Olympic shooters from the United States are now in Tokyo hoping to make their lifelong dreams come true.

USA Shooting Partners with Hillsdale College

More than $15 million will be invested in the shooting sports thanks to the partnership.

Shooting Straight with Kim Rhode

On an untypical day for Kim Rhode, meaning a day off from shooting 800 shells, the renowned six-time Olympic medal winner takes this call while in a restaurant warehouse near her home in Los Angeles.

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.

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.

Sharing A Gold Moment

A medal-winning rifle from the 1976 Olympics

Rio Olympics Shooting Update

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

Third Century | Gabby Franco

Olympian/”Top Shot” alum Gabby Franco’s mission is giving back to the shooting community.

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