By Lars Dalseide | August 4 2009 09:42

When NRAblog’s Kerrin Brinkman was offered a open slot to compete in the final day of the Smallbore Silhouette Championships, she couldn’t resist.

Although she can’t officially place in the competition or win an award, Brinkman was thrilled to be able to bring Silhouette competition to NRAblog’s readers from a first hand perspective.

”I’m glad that I can show our readers what Silhouette is about from a new shooter’s point of view,” said Brinkman. “I hadn’t shot a smallbore rifle until practice shots this morning.”

Brinkman was able to hit one of 10 chicken targets, but she's confident that her skills will improve throughout the day. "I've got some great people helping me through, and I'm learning a lot. Silhouette is a very hard, but very fun discipline," offered Brinkman.

Stick around to see how Brinkman fares in her Silhouette debut and for more news and coverage from the final day of competition from the 2009 NRA Smallbore Silhouette Championships.

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