Melissa Bachman Sighting In Rifle Lede

Video: The Simple Way to Sight in Your Rifle

Seems straightforward, but if nobody taught you how to do it properly, you may be creating unnecessary work for yourself.

5 Questions to Answer Before Buying Your First Rifle

You’re in the market for your first rifle. How do you decide?

Tips & Tactics | Kristy Titus: Bolt-Action Rifle Fit

No matter the type of firearm you're handling, fit is key. There is no "one size" fits all gun, and for that reason it may be necessary to make some adjustments to your gun to make it the best fit for you.

Rifle Sight Systems: A Closer Look

Confused about which optic is best for you? Learn the differences between the most common types of rifle sights to help you decide which unit is best for your shooting situation. 

Tips & Tactics | Kim Heath: Rifle Manipulating

Kim Heath, Vice President of the Women's Tactical Association, is also a competitive shooter and instructs at a regional LEO training facility.

Tips & Tactics | Kim Heath: Managing Rifle Weight

Kim Heath, Vice President of the Women's Tactical Association, is also a competitive shooter and instructs at a regional LEO training facility.

Love at First Shot | S1 E3: "Rifles"

Natalie Foster talks with industry experts about the various types of rifles—from lever-action to bolt-action to semi-automatic—and shares some range time with one of the most well-known names in the competitive shooting world.

Armed & Fabulous | Meet A Past NRA President: Sandy Froman

In 2005, Sandy Froman was elected female president of the NRA — only the second woman ever to hold that post. Here, she discusses the journey that led to that role.

Armed & Fabulous | A Family Affair: The Potterfield Ladies

Brenda, Sara and Eliza Potterfield have each grown up behind the trigger. Whether it's hunting, clay target shooting or growing their family business, MidwayUSA, this is one tradition that goes hand in hand with the Potterfield name.

Profile: Anette Wachter

While fans of long-range competitive shooting familiar with the name Anette Wachter would be forgiven for assuming her advanced skills come from a lifelong involvement in the shooting sports, they would be mistaken. In fact, you may find it surprising how relatively new to the shooting community she is.

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