Trapshooters United – Brian Stoa

Trapshooters United intervied MSG Brian Stoa about making the Trapshooting and Sporting Clays state teams in Alaska and Oklahoma, and competing on the Army American Skeet Team. Have a listen:

https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/5b2d5b51-2150-4b40-8f29-b5c3c9393fc6/episodes/c31491b1-332c-4125-9535-48ed588cdb4b/trapshooters-united-trapshooters-united—brian-stoa

Old West Marksmanship

Marksmanship in the Old West with free historical book download, “How I Became a Crack Shot”. Click to read.

Despite popular myth, not everyone in possession of a firearm in the various American Western territories during the 19th century was an expert marksman. Just as today, many gun owners are novice marksmen and gun handlers. With greater access to information in the form of organized shooting events and competitions, and published educational resources such as books, videos, and other outlets, gun owners have more opportunities to learn than ever before. Contrast this to a person traveling along the frontier with no access to shooting clubs, libraries or book stores, or the Internet.

Marksmanship in the Old West with free historical book download, “How I Became a Crack Shot”. Click to read.

https://funshoot.substack.com/p/old-west-marksmanship