Teen 3-Gunner Katie Harris from Taylorsville, Georgia, sponsored by Benelli USA

On NRAblog Rewind, we take a look at people and events that occurred around this time over the past few years. Like Katie here.

Around two years ago this week, NRAblog introduced you to 3-gunner Katie Harris.

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NRA Board Member sponsors Army Sniper Instructors for 3-Gun

Sniper Instructors Justin and Casey at the AR15.com/Rockcastle 3-Gun event in Kentucky

Mammoth Park, Kentucky - The second annual Rockcastle/AR15.com 3-Gun Pro-Am competition in Mammoth Park ended in spectacular fashion as Greg Jordan snagged the top Pro spot with an overall score of 711.62 while Kevin Suffridge earned the high Amateur billing with a 609.86. Before getting into the scores and pictures of the event, we wanted to highlight a couple of competitors.

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Side events from Crimson Trace and others add fun to 3-Gun

Julie Golob at Rockcastle/AR15.com 3-gun pro am in Park City, Kentucky

Park City, Kentucky - At this weekend's Rockcastle/AR15.com 3-Gun Pro-Am, you're sure to see a number of shooting celebrities making their way through the eight challenging courses. And if you can pull yourself away from tables and side events set up by the sponsors, you might be able to pick up a few tricks of the trade at their Pro Clinics. But there's more

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Rockcastle 3-gun competitor shooting in Kentucky

The second annual Rockcastle AR15.com 3-gun competition is underway in Park Mammoth, Kentucky. Three days of running and gunning with their favorite rifle, pistol and shotguns. Three days to make your way through eight stages of clay targets, paper targets and the dreaded cave stage. Three days of fun.

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Special 3-Gun shooting opportunity this weekend

This weekend the Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park City, Kentucky, is holding its second annual Rockcastle Pro Am 3 Gun Championships. The competition is a part of the NBC Sports 3-Gun Nation tour and is sure to draw a lot of competitors and spectators.

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NRA 3-Gun Experience brought to AIM Championship

NRA 3-Gun layout used at AIM Championship

Sparta, Illinois - "Do you really think youth Trap shooters will be interested in a 3-Gun shooting experience?"

The NRA was asked this question and, after a huge turnout at the Academics Integrity Marksmanship (AIM) Championship, they can respond with a resounding "YES!"

3-Gun shooting competitions have gained a lot of popularity over the past few years and the NRA saw AIM as the perfect venue to introduce 3-Gun to young shooters. AIM is the youth program associated with the Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) and has some 5,000 members nationwide.

In a 3-Gun challenge shooters, shooters compete in timed rifle, shotgun and pistol stages and are penalized for each missed target.


Multi-gun champ Horner featured by Army Marksmanship Unit

Daniel Horner of the Army Marksmanship Unit is a champion multi-gun competitor

FORT BENNING, Ga. — In showcasing the U.S. Army and the very best of Army Soldier skills, Soldiers from the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit are expected to win regardless of the competition around them. Since joining the unit in 2006, Staff Sgt. Daniel Horner has embodied that notion and worn it on his sleeve.

Horner is a member of the unit’s Action Shooting team and in the sport of Multi-gun shooting there is Horner and then there is everybody else. Horner recently won his fourth consecutive United States Practical Shooting Association Multi-gun National Championship in Las Vegas and his fifth overall.

“A champion expects to win every match,” said Horner. “A winner goes to compete and see how it turns out. Sometimes he wins, sometimes he doesn’t. A champion goes to a match and tells everybody to start engraving the trophy, because it’s mine.”


WOA participant Marie shoots a plate rack during the 3-gun competition
Marie shoots a plate rack during the 3-gun competition at Rockcastle Shooting Center

Park City, Kentucky - As promised, we have more photos from yesterday's multi-gun competition at the NRA Women's Outdoor Adventure. Over the course of the morning, the ladies blasted their way through three different stages, utilizing the skills they learned earlier this week.

We also learned who led the pack during the competition. Angela grabbed first place in the competition, followed by fellow participants Heather and Marie. The trio will take home shirts from Rockcastle Shooting Center as a reward for topping the leaderboard.


Women's Outdoor Participant Beverly moves to her next target during the multi-gun competition.
Women's Outdoor Adventurer Beverly moves from target to target during the multi-gun competition

Park City, Kentucky - Today's activities at the Women's Outdoor Adventure centered around multi-gun competition. Over the past few days, the ladies spent a good deal of time learning the ins and outs of rifles, pistols and shotguns. That was all in preparation for this morning's multi-gun events.

Instructors created three courses of fire for the women to complete. Using the firearms they received training on with this week, each ran through the course while being scored for time and accuracy. And in the true spirit of sportsmanship, every competitor was showered with cheers of encouragement and praise while they made their run. There was also a little friendly competition brewing as they rushed to check on each other's score upon completion of each stage.


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