IN THIS ISSUE | FEATURES
2015 NRA WORLD SHOOTING
Bruce Piatt won this year's NRA World
Shooting Championship, defeating
last year's champion by three points.
▼ Competitors added lights and
lasers to their firearms for the
inaugural Starlight 3-Gun Championship, held at the Peacemaker
National Training Center in West
Virginia this past September.
BY NRA STAFF
VADASZ WINS NATIONAL POLICE
Robert Vadasz won his seventh NRA
National Police Shooting Championship
with a score of 3471-230X.
BY NRA STAFF
FIVE TIPS FOR TEAM
Competing on a team is never easy.
Here are five tips to ensure success
during a team 3-gun match.
BY MICHELLE L. CERINO
ENTER THE ACTION
Chris Christian's first article in a series for
shooters interested in action competition.
BY CHRIS CHRISTIAN
THE INAUGURAL STARLIGHT
Lights and lasers filled the night sky at
PNTC for two nights this past September
at this unique championship.
BY SSUSA STAFF
ON THE COVER
Gabby Franco competes at the 2015 NRA World
Shooting Championship presented by Magpul.
Photo by John Parker
NOVEMBER 2015 | SSUSA.ORG
A Publication of the
National Rifle Association of America
Wayne R. LaPierre
Executive Vice President
The NRA, the foremost guardian of the traditional American right to "keep and bear arms,"
believes every law-abiding citizen is entitled to the ownership and legal use of firearms,
and that every reputable gun owner should be an NRA member.
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Shooting Sports USA - November 2015