By Kerrin Brinkman | December 9 2010 10:36
''The National Matches, 1903-2003: The First 100 Years,'' available at the NRA Program Materials Center

NRA's Competitive Shooting Division is proud to present The National Matches: 1903-2003 The First 100 Years… Newly available for Winter 2010, prepare for a literary thrill ride through the history of the National Matches! The volume is a must-have for every competitive shooting enthusiast.

This book is an outstanding example of NRA lore that offers readers a comprehensive history of the first 100 years of the National Matches, from the beginning at New Jersey’s Sea Girt, Creedmoor in New York, to the present day home on the shores of Lake Erie at the Camp Perry, Ohio. Readers will discover vivid descriptions and outstanding photographs throughout the pages of this conveniently organized volume.

Full of incredible characters, amazing athletic achievements, cutting-edge firearms technology, and, most of all, pure inspiration, The National Matches: 1903-2003 The First 100 Years… is an epic book loaded with National Match facts, notable shooter histories, and more. For any shooter who has competed at the National Matches, or if you just have an interest in another fascinating look at NRA history, this book is an excellent addition to your home library.

Available for just $69.99, this book can be purchased through the NRA Program Materials Center online or by calling 1-800-336-7402 and asking for Item# CC19740. Discover the legacy of the National Matches by ordering your copy today!

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