By Kerrin Brinkman | October 17 2011 10:41

NRA Competitive Shooting is releasing a new, more accessible version of its wildly popular conventional tournaments with the NRA Club Champion Challenge.

Today, NRA Competitive Shooting unveiled the “NRA Club Champion Challenge”, a new recreational shooting event for hometown shooting clubs, businesses and civic organizations. These events will be fun, relaxing, and will encourage your members to try a variety of disciplines and courses of fire.

What it is not is a high level competition using state of the art competitive equipment and the use of this equipment should be discouraged. Any club or organization can participate and any range can configure a challenge. NRA membership is not a prerequisite.

“New grassroots programs such as the NRA Club Champion Challenge are the best way to get shooters, new and old alike, out on the firing line,” said Mike Krei, Director of NRA Competitive Shooting. “This is a recreational and fun event. We want everyone to be able to grab guns out of their closet and come to the range and shoot.”

Fees to NRA are $10 per adult competitor, $5 per junior competitor. Fees are due to NRA upon completion of the match. There is a minimum of three courses of fire required. However, shooting more than three courses of fire will better determine your best all around shooter. NRA medals are awarded to the category winners with the highest aggregate scores.

To sign your club up for a NRA Club Champion Challenge, please go to

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