NRA Competitive Shooting Division Announces 2019 National Matches Schedule
FAIRFAX, Va. – The National Rifle Association’s Competitive Shooting Division is proud to announce the schedule of NRA National Matches for 2019. The legacy of NRA competitive shooting began more than century ago with the Creedmoor Matches at Sea Girt, New Jersey, growing into a spring and summer filled with annual traditions and showcases of exemplary civilian and military marksmanship that continues to this day.
The 2019 season begins with the NRA Intercollegiate Pistol and Rifle Club Championships at Fort Benning, Georgia, in late March, followed by collegiate shotgun marksmanship at the NCAA Clay Target Championships in Texas. May brings the return of the legendary NRA Bianchi Cup to Hallsville, Missouri, coming of its 40th anniversary earlier this year.
The NRA Whittington Center in Raton, New Mexico, hosts the Silhouette Championships in June and July, followed by the timeless NRA National Pistol Championships at historic Camp Perry, Ohio, the NRA Smallbore Championships in Bristol, Indiana, and the NRA High Power Matches at Indiana’s Camp Atterbury. The 2019 season wraps up with the dynamic NRA World Shooting Championship in Glengary, West Virginia, in late September.
Please see the complete schedule below for the 2019 NRA National Matches:
Intercollegiate Pistol Championships
March 16-19, 2019
Fort Benning, GA
Intercollegiate Rifle Championships
March 22-24, 2019
Fort Benning, GA
NCAA Clay Target Championship
March 25-30, 2019
National Shooting Complex, TX
May 22-24, 2019
National Junior Air Gun Championship
May 3-5, 2019
National Muzzle loading Championship
June 8-16, 2019
National Silhouette Black Powder Target Rifle
June 23-25, 2019
June 23 Registration
June 24-25 Creedmoor
National Silhouette Black Powder Cartridge Rifle
June 26-30, 2019
June 26 Registration
June 27-28 Iron
June 28-30 Scope
National Silhouette Championship Lever Action Rifle
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