Shooting Sports USA - January 2017 - 4
Shooting Sports USA magazine starts off the New Year with a 2-part series on
Precision Pistol fundamentals, written by none other than one of the best the
sport has ever produced-Brian Zins. Part 1, starting on page 28 covers sight
alignment, trigger control and grip.
In Action Shooting, electronic red dot sights can boost performance. But it's
not as simple as bolting one onto a gun and heading to the match. Author Chris
Christian explores the subject of transitioning to the dot in his article on page 34.
It pays to think carefully about which shotgun to purchase if you're going to use
one for multiple purposes. Mossberg's 930 Pro-Series Sporting 12-gauge shotgun
proves to be a great choice for both the rigors of sporting clays, and an extended
bird hunt. Read the review on page 14.
The United States Marine Corps celebrates many warriors, but sometimes
their names are lost to history. One of those unrecognized names represents four
generations of Marines, totaling more than 100 years of service to our country.
All four were exceptional marksman sharing the same name-George Van Orden.
Read their fascinating story on page 38.
The National Rifle Association of America annually participates in four major
international smallbore prone postal matches fired between English speaking
nations-the Dewar, Randle, Wakefield and Drew Cup Trophy Matches. Read the
results of the 2016 International Smallbore Postal Matches on page 42.
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