How many Bianchi Cup competitors does it take to get a .22 conversion attached to a 1911 handgun? Funny story, actually … let me start by saying Bianchi Cup is one of the most difficult matches in the world, focused on a brutal combination of accuracy, under a time limit. Those who compete are incredibly [...]
The National Rifle Association has as one of it foremost goals the protection of firearm-related rights. In this respect, it is the leader when it comes to programs related to gun safety, wildlife conservation, women’s and junior programs, philanthropy and education (not just gun related either). Programs such as Eddie Eagle (aimed for youngsters) and [...]
Recently, I was in Redding, Calif., for the 29th Western Trail Classic Archery competition! I was asked to be a California Correspondent for American Trigger Sports Network TV, so I was covering the event! The Western Trail Classic is a remarkable event, orchestrated by a brilliant team from the Straight Arrow Bow Hunters. For the past 44 [...]
When Smith & Wesson teen shooter Molly Smith is not training or in competitions with her revolver, she remains an active student — educating herself and participating wholeheartedly in extracurricular school activities. Molly, a gifted writer and orator, recently argued for the Second Amendment in her school’s Mock Trial event. We think it is heartening to read that she and other students vigorously debated and considered the impact of the Second Amendment, while exercising their First Amendment right.
Millisecond Molly: The year in review and looking ahead — robotics, shotguns, revolvers, rifles and pigeon searching
Millisecond Molly recalls the first time she fully understood the “true and special” meaning of Veterans’ Day.