2019 NRA National High Power Rifle Championships Schedule

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posted on November 6, 2018
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Here’s additional information on the 2019 NRA National High Power Rifle Championships, which will be held next August at Camp Atterbury, near Edinburgh, IN.

Next year’s High Power Nationals will be conducted August 5-21, once again featuring the Across the Course, Mid Range and Long Range Championships. Also returning is the NRA Extreme Long Range Championship.

See the full schedule of events below.

Monday, August 5 will be the First Shot Ceremony, and squadded practice will also begin.

Tuesday, August 6 marks the beginning of the Team Matches. They will conclude on August 7.

Thursday, August 8 is the start of High Power Across the Course competition. They last until August 11.

Monday, August 12 is the Mid Range Team Championship, lasting until August 13.

Tuesday, August 13 is the first day of the Mid Range Individual Championship. They last until August 16.

Saturday, August 17 will be the Palma Team Match day.

Sunday, August 18 marks the beginning of the Long Range Championship. They will continue until August 21.

Wednesday, August 21 is the registration day for the NRA Extreme Long Range Championship. The match will be fired over the next two days, finishing on August 23.

Email [email protected] for more information.


To find NRA High Power Rifle matches near you, please check out our Coming Events section.

View the entire 2019 NRA National Championship schedule of events.

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