Industry hot shots
- Gold medal ammunition. // Outdoor Life;Nov92, Vol. 190 Issue 5, p17
Reports that for the first time in three decades, US Shooting Team (USST) members won medals in the summer Olympics using American-made ammunition. Winners Launi Meili and Bob Foth; Ammo used.
- Long-range lessons. Carmichael, Jim // Outdoor Life;Dec96, Vol. 198 Issue 6, p28
Focuses on the 1,000-yard rifle competitions in the United States. Record-setting shots by John Voneida at the Master's Tournament; Williamsport brand of 1,000-yard shooting; Cartridges used for the competitions; Bruce Baer's success in long-range shooting.
- NAVAIRES sends team to Pacific Fleet Match competition. Schneider, Erik // All Hands;Sep96, Issue 953, p46
The article presents information on the Pacific Fleet Match held at Camp Pendleton, California.
- They shoot pigeons, don't they? Chu, D.; Nugent, T. // People;9/16/91, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p115
Covers the controversy over the annual Fred Coleman Memorial Shoot in Hegins, Pa. Begun in 1934, the pigeon shoot raised $10,000 dollars this year for charities and local civic organizations. About 1,000 animal rights activists were on hand to protest. Event; Reactions; Injuries and arrests.
- Burnet County 4-H Rifle Team has hot month. // Burnet Bulletin (Texas);7/11/2007, Vol. 135 Issue 28, p9B
The article reports on the performances and awards won by members of the Burnet County 4-H Rifle Team in Texas in several rifle shooting competitions in June 2007, namely the Brownwood Hot-Box statewide competition, the North Texas Callahan County Statewide Invitation Match and the 4-H Roundup...
- A Worthwhile Thing. McGee, John "Maggie" // Bowhunter;Oct/Nov2001, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p114
Presents an amusing story about a bowhunter and his quarrelsome wife and his participation on a shooting contest with gun shooters.
- National Outdoor Rifle and Pistol Championships in 1999. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p1000
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- National Indoor Rifle and Pistol Championships in 1999. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p1000
No abstract available.
- Shooting editor gets highest honor: Brister in Sporting Clays Hall of Fame. White, Slaton L. // Field & Stream;Dec99, Vol. 104 Issue 8, p12
Reports that `Field and Stream' periodical contributing editor Bob Brister, emerged as the shotgunning champion at the National Sporting Clays Association national championships, held September 1999.