Entry open for the 2017 Crosman All-American Field Target Championship

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posted on May 18, 2017
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Registration for the 2017 Crosman All-American Field Target Championship, which will be held July 21-23, in Rochester, NY, is now open. The three-day competition features multiple shooting matchesincluding the main two-day rifle event.
 
“We are extremely excited to be preparing once again for the All-American Field Target Championship this summer,” said Communications Manager Jason Reid. “Having a full weekend dedicated to competition among some of the most passionate air gun shooters in the world not only promotes great camaraderie, but showcases the highest level of skill in the air gun community.”
 
The Crosman All-American Field Target Championship will be held once again at the Rochester Brooks Gun Club. There are five divisions and classes for competitors, Open, Hunter, WFTF, Freestyle and Pistol. In addition to the main rifle event, this year will also feature a pistol match, the Quigley Bucket Match and the Pyramyd Air Gunslinger match.
 
“The Crosman All-American Field Target Championship is one of the must-attend events for Field Target shooters of all experience levels,” says Shooting Sports Manager, Mark DeBoard. “The event this year is capped at 100 shooters so sign up now to reserve your spot.”
 
Register online by visiting www.crosman.com/connect/crosman-field-target-championship. Participants can also download and mail-in the registration form if they choose. Every registered participant is invited to the Friday night reception, and will receive a gear bag along with food vouchers.

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