By Lars Dalseide | January 2 2010 09:10

Range Distance GuideAny firearms club or organization with access to a range can be part of the NRA competitive shooting family. But before you think about holding a match, you might be wondering what type of match your range can handle. That’s where the folks from NRA's Competitive Shooting Department come in.

A new brochure, free for the asking, details what competitions can be shot given the distance of your range. 3-Position BB Rifle at 5 meters, Tyro Course Action Pistol at 15 yards, Light Standing Smallbore rifle at 50 feet, High Power Rifle (reduced) at 100 yards and more.

With listings for operations sporting up to a 1000-yard range, this pamphlet is a great starting point for anyone interested in joining the competitive shooting program. But that’s not all.

Clubs can also sign up for updates and E-news from the NRA Competitive Shooting department regarding new programs, rule changes, and other related subjects. A valuable tool for those with a desire to keep on top of the latest in competitive shooting news.

Of course, if you decide to add a match or competition to your club’s agenda, you’re going to need a variety of additional items including a rule book, scorecards, and scoring aids. All that can be found at the NRA Program Materials center by calling 1-800-336-7402 or visiting materials.nrahq.org.

Comments are closed

Powered by BlogEngine.NET Theme by Cylosoft © Copyright 2014 The National Rifle Association of America