The 2017 NSSF Rimfire Challenge Northwest Championship will take place at the Parma Rod and Gun Club on July 29-30, 2017. The match will have over 180 shooters from over eighteen states and Canada firing 420 rounds over 12 stages in both rifle and pistol.
Junior shooter Sydney Wojtowicz at the 2016 NSSF Rimfire Challenge Northwest Championship.
The next generation of competitive shooters are increasingly turning to rimfire matches, due to the low cost of entry and the recent jumps in .22LR technology now available to consumers. Long time competitors are also jumping in on the rimfire phenomenon. Rimfire matches are designed to be a fun and safe shooting experience that the entire family can enjoy. Both novice and experienced shooters are welcome to participate at all rimfire competitions—with both action and precision based versions of the sport—rimfire competition has universal appeal.
Rimfire and Steel Challenge competitor Aimee Williams at last year's championship.
Registration for the event opened March 8th and is already at capacity. Those still wishing to attend are encouraged to sign up and be placed on the digital waitlist. With a Grand Prize table that boasts $80,000 in cash and product—the 2017 NSSF Rimfire Challenge Northwest Championship easily has one of the best prize tables offered at any rimfire championship. You can also check out the virtual prize table on the match Facebook page.