New Zealand native Tiffany Piper with Larry and Brenda Potterfield

From Leupold & Stevens - Leupold® to Sponsor Bianchi Cup Junior Champ Tiffany Piper

Beaverton, Oregon – Leupold & Stevens, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Tiffany Piper to the company’s stable of competitive shooters.

A regular atop the Bianchi Cup junior division, the 19-year-old New Zealand native is looking to pick up her first women’s title at the famed match this year. En route to her third junior title, Piper also finished third in the chase for the overall women’s title in 2012.

Beginning with air pistol as a 10-year-old, Piper moved up to a .22 rimfire by age 11 and .38 Super by age 12. Piper competed in her first Bianchi Cup when she was just 13. An accomplished action pistol shooter, Piper won four consecutive New Zealand national titles, four consecutive national junior titles and was part of the 2008 World Cup champion ladies team.

“It’s great to be a part of the Leupold family of shooters,” Piper said. “I’m looking forward to this year’s Bianchi Cup and shooting against the world’s best action pistol shooters.”

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From Crimson Trace - CTC To Hold 2nd Annual Midnight 3 Gun Invitational

Crimson Trace 2nd annual 3-Gun Invitational

Wilsonville, Oregon - Crimson Trace, the leading brand of laser sighting systems for personal protection firearms, announces the return of the most talked about shooting match in the industry: The Midnight 3 Gun Invitational (M3GI). Taking place in complete darkness over two nights, August 16th & 17th, in the high desert of Central Oregon, the 2013 M3GI is poised to once again raise the bar for shooting events in the United States by utilizing lasers and lights to challenge even the most experienced competitors. Event registration is by invitation only - beginning April 2nd, 2013.

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Awards $5,000 in college scholarships from funds raised at Friends of NRA events

Half of all money raised at Friends of NRA events goes back to the states they originated from. Who decides what to do with that money? Special State Fund Committees. These groups appropriate grants to organizations all over the state to improve the local shooting sports. The new issue of Traditions Magazine has a great story about the Oregon State Fund Committee helping youth shooters reach for their dreams by awarding college scholarships.

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Traveling from the far corners of the state of Oregon, volunteers and committee members gathered for the annual Oregon Friends of NRA State Fund Committee meeting earlier this year. It was over casual conversation with members of the committee where an idea was generated to make an impact among the youth in Oregon.

It has been the mission of the Friends of NRA program and The NRA Foundation to look to the youth when determining how to allocate funds raised. We all know that the future of the shooting sports rests in the generation that always comes next. This is exactly why programs like 4H, junior ROTC, Youth Outdoor days and Youth Hunter Education Challenge (Y.H.E.C.) are among the most consistently supported by NRA Foundation grants.

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It's difficult to appreciate the talent and skill of the men and women who take part in NRA's Tactical Police Competitions. But maybe, just maybe, this video will provide a taste of what our Law Enforcement officers are able to do when put to the test.

Taking aim in a rifle box at NRA's Oregon Tactical Police Competition

Medford, Oregon - Marc Lipp, Bert Peacher and the rest of NRA Law Enforcement's Competition staff spent the better part of two weeks in a town called Medford. They were there for the fourth NRA Tactical Police Competition of the year. This time they were stationed at the Jackson County Sports Park.


Prepping for an NRA Tactical Police Competition

Medford, Oregon - NRA staff and volunteers are on the ground in Oregon. To be more concise, they've been on the ground for about a week now. All in preparation for tomorrow's Tactical Police Competition.


Find out where 2nd Amendment supports will be dining this week with Friends of the NRA

Friends of NRA

Fairfax, Virginia - It's Wednesday morning, which means an update on the Friends of NRA events for the next week. Banquet season is beginning to draw to a close and soon the NRA Field Reps will be here in Fairfax, VA looking over merchandise packages for 2012 – covered of course by NRAblog.

If you're interested in attending an event but aren't quite sure where to begin, visit the Friends of NRA website and find your state on the big U.S. map to get a list of future banquets near you. Contacting the NRA Field Rep in your area is another great way to get questions answered on Friends of NRA events.

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