Gold Medal Gunslingers
Combat Shooting Targets the Olympic Games
Table of Contents
Section One: Targeting the Olympics
Section Two: Targeting Gun Control
Section Three: "GunGames Kids"
Section Four: A Combat Heritage
Section Five: The Road to Olympic Recognition
Appendix: Combat Shooting Web Sites
Combat Shooting Sets Its Sights On 2004 Olympic Games - Press Release
Olympic Officials Blast Combat Shooting - Press Release
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This study was authored by Philip Alpers and Josh Sugarmann. Philip Alpers, a New Zealand-based independent writer and researcher on firearm issues, is editor and moderator of Gun Policy News, an international e-mail network of firearm injury prevention researchers and advocates.
The Violence Policy Center is a national non-profit educational foundation that conducts research on violence in America and works to develop violence-reduction policies and proposals. The Center examines the role of firearms in America, conducts research on firearms violence, and explores new ways to decrease firearm-related death and injury.