Shooting is the act or process of firing rifles, shotguns or other projectile weapons such as bows or crossbows. Even the firing of artillery, rockets and missiles can be called shooting. A person who specializes in shooting is a marksman. Shooting can take place in a shooting range or in the field in hunting, in shooting sports or in combat.

Read more about Shooting:  Technique and Safety Considerations, Practical Uses, Entertainment Shooting, Competitive Shooting, Shooting Supplies

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William Frank Carver - Shooting Career
... migrated to California in 1876 where he honed his shooting skills ... Carver went on tour giving exhibitions of shooting prowess, which included endurance contests as well as target competitions ... The scene of yesterday’s shooting is worthy of description ...
Shooting Supplies
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New Zealand Sea Cadet Corps - Activities - Shooting
... Each year the Smitt Trophy shooting competition is held between all the Sea Cadet Units in New Zealand ...
Oneal Moore
... He was murdered by alleged members of the Ku Klux Klan in a drive-by shooting on Wednesday, June 2, 1965 ... Rogers survived the shooting with injuries, and managed to broadcast a description of the pickup truck on his police radio ... Two suspects in the shooting were arrested in Mississippi not long afterward, one including Ernest Ray McElveen, but no charges were filed in the case due to a lack of ...
Ugartechea - Further Changes
... At that time, the shooting of driven pheasant and partridge at large English country houses and pigeons in Spanish pigeon rings was very popular ... These shooting sports required shotguns that could be repaired in the field ... Driven shooting and pigeon rings became less and less accessible, and sidelocks came to be considered more of a luxury ...

Famous quotes containing the word shooting:

    Writing or printing is like shooting with a rifle; you may hit your reader’s mind, or miss it;Mbut talking is like playing at a mark with the pipe of an engine; if it is within reach, and you have time enough, you can’t help hitting it.
    Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (1809–1894)

    Her eyes the glow-worm lend thee,
    The shooting stars attend thee;
    Robert Herrick (1591–1674)

    ... though it is by no means requisite that the American women should emulate the men in the pursuit of the whale, the felling of the forest, or the shooting of wild turkeys, they might, with advantage, be taught in early youth to excel in the race, to hit a mark, to swim, and in short to use every exercise which could impart vigor to their frames and independence to their minds.
    Frances Wright (1795–1852)