By Danielle Sturgis | July 28 2010 05:33
It's a warm 80 degrees here in Port Clinton, Ohio, home of Camp Perry and the National Rifle and Pistol Matches. With a high of 86 degrees, today may see a few scattered thundershowers; the weatherman is unsure.

What we're sure of is a full day of the smallbore rifle prone competition. Unless lightening is spotted, the championships continue, and spectators will enjoy the second-to-last day of Camp Perry's 2010 smallbore championship, with competitors firing from the 50 and 100 yard lines. 

NRAblog will continue to bring you live coverage today and tomorrow through Thursday night's NRA National Smallbore Prone Championship Award Ceremony. Look for additional slideshows -- the weather is allowing some wonderful photos of Perry competitors. As you may remember, the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) takes the field July 31 through August 6, when NRA returns to assist with High Powered Rifle competition. 


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