By Kyle Jillson | August 9 2011 11:05

Tuesday starts with the Members Trophy match, a slow fire match of 20 shots from 200 yards while standing. First shot (and won by William F. Leushner of New York) in 1901, the original competition called for annual NRA members to shoot five shots at 200 yards while standing and five shots prone at 500 yards.

Weather conditions are good so far as what little fog that littered the morning skies has cleared. Report suggest temperatures will only get up to the low 80s today. As last year's winner Sherri Gallagher gets set, thunderstorms have threatened to roll in by this afternoon. Hopefully Sherri and the rest of the competitors will wrapped up their relays by that point.

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