Robert Gustin of Cameron Park, CA is the 2015 NRA Mid-Range National Champion, winning the match with a score of 2399-168X. Eighty-six competitors shot at distances of 300, 500 and 600 yards. The Mid-Range Championship is held each year at Camp Perry, OH as part of the NRA National High Power Rifle Championship segment of the historic NRA National Matches.
Robert Gustin was the 2015 NRA Mid-Range National Champion.
A veteran of the California Highway Patrol, “Bob” started competitive shooting at age 13. He was a collegiate All-American and in 1970-72, he was a member of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit. He has won several prior NRA Smallbore and High Power Rifle Championships.
The Mid-Range Championship was created in 2013 due to the rising popularity of F-Class shooting. However, the Mid-Range Championship isn’t just for F-Class Open and T/R rifles, because sling shooters are allowed to compete with Service Rifles and Match Rifles and are classified accordingly.
Learn more about NRA High Power Rifle Mid-Range competition by emailing the NRA High Power Rifle department at firstname.lastname@example.org.