Wimbeldon, Aiken and Farr matches headed for a shootoff
Port Clinton, Ohio - Things work a little different here at the NRA Long Range High Power Rifle Championships in Camp Perry. Sure you shoot for score and the top man (or woman) wins ... but only sort of. Because if you're going to walk away with one of the top trophies from these NRA matches then you have to win a shoot-off.
"When you think about it it's only fair," said one Washington based shooter. "Shooters in the morning don't have the same wind or sun as shooters in the afternoon."
So here's how it works.
The top shooter from each of the four relays is invited to the shoot-off. From there, the top score out of the four is declared the winner.
So who is gunning for today's trophies? Take a look for yourself.
For more on NRA's Competitive Shooting Programs, visit their website at compete.nra.org