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How to Start in Steel Challenge Competitions: Interview with Competitive Shooter Scott Lepping

Posted by Danielle Gagnon on 9/29/2016 to Firearm Topics
How to Start in Steel Challenge Competitions: Interview with Competitive Shooter Scott Lepping
Ever wonder how to get started in Steel Challenge competitions? Want to know how you can compete in speed shooting even as a beginner? Learn more about Steel Challenge and how to prepare for your first rimfire competition match in our interview with Scott Lepping, a competitive shooter and member of The Heritage Guild Shooting Team. Scott is part of a team that runs the annual East Coast Steel Challenge Championships, which in 2016 became the world's largest Steel Challenge competition ever held.

Why Get Involved in Competitive Shooting Sports

Posted by Austin Chamberlain on 9/8/2016 to Our Philosophy
Why Get Involved in Competitive Shooting Sports
Team TANDEMKROSS competitive shooter Austin Chamberlain shares his thoughts on the shooting sports, and how they've changed his life, and the lives of others. Read more about why shooting sports are some of the safest to compete in, and get a little inspiration for your own competitive shooting career, whether you compete in Rimfire Challenge, Steel Challenge, 3-gun competitions, USPSA or other shooting sports.

New SW22 Accessories from TANDEMKROSS

Posted by Danielle Gagnon on 9/2/2016 to Firearm Topics
New SW22 Accessories from TANDEMKROSS
Looking for the best SW22 parts for your Smith & Wesson SW22® Victory™? TANDEMKROSS just launched two new products for the popular rimfire competition firearm, including the "VictoryPRO" Extended Base Pads. Read on to learn more about the new SW22 base pads, and how you can get an improved grip for faster magazine changes.

Introducing the "Victory" Trigger for SW22® Victory

Posted by Danielle Gagnon on 9/1/2016 to Firearm Topics
Introducing the
TANDEMKROSS is proud to launch the newest of our SW22 accessories: the "Victory" Trigger for SW22® Victory™ pistol from Smith & Wesson. The flat-faced, textured trigger offers the best in grip and control, while the lightweight, skeletonized trigger significantly reduces trigger pull weight.

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