By Lars Dalseide | May 4 2011 15:26

The NRA's Inaugural National Defense Match guide on NRAblog NRA's Competitive Shooting Division has been rolling out online information guides for the past few months. There's the Bianchi Guide, the Camp Perry Insider, the Basic Guide to Competitive Shooting and much, much more. Now they've added the National Defense Match Guide to their arsenal.

Here's more on the match from John Parker:

Here is our guide for the inaugural National Defense Match, debuting at the National Championships in Camp Perry this year during the High Power Rifle Competition. This is a standalone championship, and the Course of Fire utilized in the match is one we hope that clubs across the country will utilize once they see how exciting it can be.

What sets apart this match from other NRA Competitive Shooting disciplines is the fact that it is designed to mimic real-life training and tactics. Rifles must be on your person and slung round your shoulder when not in use ... just like our Armed Forces stationed across the world are required to do.

NRA's Competitive Shooting Division offers a wide range of activities in all types of shooting for novices and world-class competitors alike. For more information, visit their website at www.nrahq.org/compete/.

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