Salvo 12 suppressor improves shotgun situational awareness when out on the hunt

Michael Bane from Outdoor Channel's Shooting Gallery after trying out SilencerCo's shotgun suppressor at SHOT Show in Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada - Can you hear me now? Actually, no. Least that was my bewildered reaction after stopping by the SilencerCo Shooting Bay at this year's Media Day at the Range.

Right out of the silver screen classic No Country for Old Men, my most recent Amazon Wish List addition SilencerCo's Salvo 12 removes everything audible outside of the gun's actual action ... that click, click, click of metal hitting metal. No boom boom no more.

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Boulder City Gun Club hosts latest in pistol, rifle, and shotgun design

Targets from the Aimpoint boot during SHOT Show's Media Day

Boulder City, Nevada - Officially, the first day of SHOT Show isn’t really the first day of SHOT Show. That’s tomorrow. But for those of us considered to be part of the media (I know, right?), the Show started today. Today at the Boulder City Gun Club in Boulder City, Nevada.

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Trijicon and Peacemaker succeed in creating championship that offers variety of shooting experiences

Trijicon World Shooting Championship American Rifleman

American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz breaks down why the Trijicon World Shooting Championship is such a hit ...

Trijicon World Shoot Winds Down
After such an unqualified success as the Trijicon World Championship, it's obvious that Peacemaker has succeeded in its mission to bring excellence in a variety of shooting experiences to the masses.

From a wide range of competitors in both pro and amateur categories to sponsors and staff, the inaugural Trijicon World Shooting Championship appears to have been a success if it is to be judged by the enthusiastically affirmative responses that arose from the informal survey question, “Would you shoot it again next year or recommend it to a friend?”

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From USA Shooting - Aim For Spain: The Team Behind The Team For The 2014 ISSF World Championship

Smallbore Rifle shooter Reya Kempley at the NRA National Championships in Camp Perry, Ohio

Colorado Springs, Colorado - Any shooter competing in a major competition understands the amount of preparation required before he or she finally steps up to the line: The countless hours training, the workouts, gun tweaks, visits to the physio, the sports psychologist…all of the hard work that it takes. What many may not know, however, is the level of work that goes on behind the scenes to make sure that athlete can actually make it to the line.

Meet just a couple members of our “Team behind the Team,” Reya Kempley and Morgan Wallizer. The pair not only train as rifle and pistol athletes respectively, but also work on a part-time basis for USA Shooting as Operations Assistants and have both competed on World Championship teams (Kempley will also be shooting as a member of this year’s World Championship team)... more on the team behind the ISSF World Championship Team ...

Peek inside the range bag of the most accomplished female shooter in Olympic history

Olympian Kim Rhode balances a shotgun and readies the range bag

Fairfax, Virginia - This month's issue of Shooting Sports USA sees Barb Baird of Women's Outdoor News sit down with famed shooter Kim Rhode. The five-time Olympic medalist is the most accomplished woman shooter on the world stage and one of the best shotgun shooters out there. As always, Barb only had one question: What's in your range bag?

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From the US Army Marksmanship Unit - Army Marksmanship Unit Soldiers continue world dominance in Munich

Bronze medalist Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Holguin in the Double Trap Men Finals at the Olympic Shooting Range Munich/Hochbrueck during the ISSF World Cup

Fort Benning, Georgia - Two Shotgun shooters from the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (USAMU) took home medals in Double Trap at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Munich World Cup June 9.

Staff Sergeants Glenn Eller and Jeff Holguin claimed the silver and bronze medals, respectively, continuing an impressive run by USAMU Soldiers in the discipline.

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Find out what one of the best in the shotgun sports brings to the trap field

Two-time Olympian and United States Army Marksmanship Unit shooter Glenn Eller. Courtesy USAShooting

Last month's issue of Shooting Sports USA saw Barb Baird of Women's Outdoor News sit down with Glenn Eller, Olympic gold medalist and one of the finest shotgun shooters around. As always, Barb only had one question: What's in your range bag?

A two-time Olympian before joining the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, Staff Sgt. Glenn Eller credits the Army for honing his training regimen in Men’s Double Trap, allowing him to claim the gold medal in the sport at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. At these Games, Eller set an Olympic and Final Olympic record. He has represented the U.S. four times on Olympic teams and is in training for Rio 2016.

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From the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit - USAMU shooters take World Cup gold and silver

Staff Sgt. Jeff Holguin of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit Shotgun Team nails his target during the gold medal shoot off for Men's Double Trap at the 2014 ISSF Shotgun World Cup April 13.

Tucson, Arizona - It was an all-American shootout for the gold and silver medals for Men's Double Trap during the 2014 International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Shotgun World Cup April 13 at the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club.

After both U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (USAMU) Soldiers hit 27 out of 30 targets, Staff Sgt. Jeff Holguin captured his first World Cup gold by beating teammate Staff Sgt. Josh Richmond in a shoot out for first place.

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Top collegiate shotgun shooters named NRA All Americans at ACUI Clay Target Championships in San Antonio

2014 NRA Collegiate All-American Shotgun First Team

San Antonio, Texas - The 46th Annual ACUI Clay Target Championships were a hard-fought five days that saw competitors go through couple hundred thousand clays and shotgun shells. When the dust settled at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, perennial favorite Lindenwood University had won their 11th consecutive national title.

Among the awards handed out that evening were the announcements of the 2014 NRA Collegiate All-American Shotgun teams.

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