By Kyle Jillson | July 21 2013 12:40

Footage of special NRA-sanctioned 3-Gun Club Champion Challenge

Wallkill, New York - Last month we told you about a special 3-Gun Club Champion Challenge the NRA sanctioned for the Wallkill Rod & Gun Club in Wallkill, New York.

Due to the nationwide ammunition shortage, the challenge worked around the hard-to-find ammunition and required fewer rounds than your standard 3-Gun competition, letting shooters enjoy some sport without running too high a bill.

Divided into five stages that only required an average of 20 rounds each, the competitors met once per week to to fire a stage. At the end, NRA Competitive Shooting even supplied awards and promoted the match on social media.

“NRA Competitive shooting is happy to find creative ways for shooting clubs to hold sanctioned matches during situations like the ammunition shortage," said John Parker, NRA Competitive Shooting's Administrative Assistant. "We want to help shooters worry less about how they’re going to shoot and instead focus how well they’re going to shoot.”

The club champion, in addition to a flashy belt buckle, got an exclusive parking spot at the range. Watch the video above for some highlights of the match.

NRA Club Champion Challenge 3-Gun match shooters in Wallkill, New York

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