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Idaho junior rifle club prospers with only eight targets for 60 shooters.
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Targets for the 2014-2015 American Legion Junior Shooting Sports season can now be ordered online.
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Andre Gross of Webster, N.Y., wins sporter category, and Michael Steinel of New Philadelphia, Ohio, takes home precision title.
Eight shooters in the precision and sporter categories qualify for the Junior Shooting Sports championship tomorrow at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado.
American Legion Junior 3-Position Air Rifle National Championship will bring 30 participants to Colorado Springs, Colo., to compete for two $2.5k scholarships.
The top 15 individuals in both the sporter and precision category will compete in the Legion’s Junior 3-Position Air Rifle National Championship July 29 -Aug. 2.
Staff Sgt. Brandon Green is the Legion's 2001Junior 3-PositionAir Rifle National Sporter champion.
The Legion’s 2014 Junior 3-Position Air Rifle preliminary round results for individuals and teams in the sporter and precision category are now online.
Twelve former American Legion Shooting Sports participants compete on a rifle team ranked in the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s top 20.
The Legion’s 23rd air rifle national precision champion is Rachel Martin; national sporter champion is Alan Rodriguez
The top eight individuals in both the sporter and precision category will compete for the Legion's Junior 3-Position Air Rifle National Championship title today.
Thirty youth participants will compete in the Legion’s 23rd annual Junior 3-Position Air Rifle National Championship in Colorado Springs, Colo.
The top 15 individuals in both the sporter and precision category will compete in the Legion’s Junior 3-Position Air Rifle National Championship in Colorado Springs, Colo.
2012 American Legion precision champion is Colt Gross from South Carolina and sporter champion is Cody Sanchez from New Mexico.
2002 American Legion Air Rifle National Champion Jamie (Beyerle) Gray set an Olympic record.
The 2012 American Legion Junior Shooting Sports tournament prepares to identify its top 30 participants for the national championship in Colorado.
Attendees at Wisconsin’s mid-winter conference learned how to start a shooting sports program at the post level all while firing air-rifle guns.
The 21st annual American Legion Junior Air Rifle Championship gets under way today in Colorado Springs, Colo.
The top precision and sporter competitors will take aim Saturday during the Legion's Junior 3-Position Air Rifle National Championship.
Precision competitor Daniel Lowe and sporter competitor Mitchell Van Patten won the Legion's 21st annual Junior Air Rifle National Championship Aug. 6.
The 15 sporter and 15 precision category national finalists will be competing in the Legion’s Junior Shooting Sports Air Rifle National Championships in August.
Many members from the Newport Rifle Club Junior Team in Middletown, R.I., collected more than 200 DVDs to send to servicemembers in Afghanistan.
The qualification round of The American Legion Junior Shooting Sports Program air rifle match is complete.
The 2010 American Legion Junior 3-Position Air Rifle National Championship takes place once again in Colorado Springs, Colo. Visit Legion.org Aug. 7 for live streaming.
Tune in today from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. (MDT) to watch The American Legion's Air Rifle National Championship final shoot-off.
During the Legion's Air Rifle Championship, Catherine Green from Rhode Island won the precision category, and Hannah Black from Virginia won the sporter.
Jamie Beyerle, The American Legion's 2002 Junior Shooting Sports champion, discusses her success in the 2008 Olympics and her hopes for the 2012 games.
Emily Quiner, of Brooklyn Park, Minn., set a Precision standing record with a score of 788.54 out of a possible 800.