Shoot in the NRA's largest competitive match from your home range this winter

NRA National Open Indoor Rifle Championships

Fairfax, Virginia - We're almost a month into this year's NRA National Indoor Rifle & Pistol Championships but there's still plenty of time to take part. Unlike NRA's Bianchi Cup or National Matches at Camp Perry, the Indoor Championships are shot through multiple sectional tournaments across the country during the winter.

Your results are sent to the NRA where they're compared to everyone else's and winners are determined. It's a fun way to compete with many other shooters and it's easy to get involved.

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BB Gun and Light Rifle added to NRA's biggest competitive shooting event

NRA National Open Indoor Rifle Championships

Fairfax, Virginia - The NRA's largest competitive shooting tournament is about to get a whole lot bigger.

Expecting to bring in hundreds of new competitors, the annual NRA National Indoor Championships are adding BB Gun and Light Rifle to its list of championships starting in 2013. The Indoor Championships, which already see participation in the thousands for its rifle, pistol and collegiate championships, are one of the easiest ways to get involved with the shooting sports.

Unlike NRA matches shot at one range such as the Bianchi Cup or Camp Perry, the Indoor Championships are fired at local tournaments called “sectionals," which report their results to the NRA. You have quite a bit of time to get your scores in, too. The 2013 season starts as soon as the Times Square Ball comes to a halt on January 1 and continues through mid-April.

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