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Military Marksmanship – For the soldier to take advantage of the advances in firearms technology, so musketry instruction needed to evolve to meet changing military tactics and capabilities.

The Art of Shooting with the Rifle – Contemporary articles, historical perspectives, and advice for the rifleman.

Long Range Muzzle Loading – Long range target shooting with the muzzle loading rifle offers the discerning rifleman opportunity to participate in a challenging and ultimately very rewarding discipline. The sport is rich in heritage and the origins of many of todays national shooting associations stem from the muzzle loading era.

Black Powder Cartridge Rifle – The shooting of black powder cartridge rifles is a great challenge and one which has very few finite rules. It involves almost continual experimentation with old and new components and equipment.

The National Rifle Association (UK) – Late in 1859 the National Rifle Association (NRA) was formed and its aims included “the encouragement of Volunteer Rifle Corps and the promotion of rifle shooting throughout Great Britain.”

The Creedmoor Era – The National Rifle Association in America establishment their Creedmoor Rifle Range in the latter part of the 19th century. The Range, on Long Island, New York, was the venue for a number of international long range rifle matches that received widespread public interest and much press coverage.