General articles covering the history of the Creedmoor rifle range.
- Creedmoor, History of the Range - An early article on the occasion of the first annual Prize Meeting of the National Rifle Association 
International Military Rifle Matches
Shooting competitions between the Rifle Volunteers of Great Britain and the National Guard of America were agreed for 1882 and 1883.
- Rifle Volunteers vs National Guard (1882 & 1883) - Introduction to the events and teams
Rifles & Ammunition
The muzzle loading and breech loading rifles and their ammunition. Reference should also be made to Rifles & Marksmanship for more information on this subject.
- Creedmoor Rifles, 1873 - American manufacturers responded to the need for a long range target rifle.
- The Creedmoor Rifle, 1876 - Contemporary information on the basic form and ammunition for the American long range rifle.
- The Science of Long Range Shooting - Edwin Perry shares in his Modern Observations on Rifle Shooting (1880), some of the major changes / advancements at Creedmoor, in particular regarding bullet alloys.
Amateur Rifle Club
The Amateur Rifle Club of New York city was established in 1873. It was this club that accepted the Irish challenge to riflemen of America that led to the series of international long range rifle matches.
- 'Amateur Rifle Club' Origins - Early reports on the establishment of the club