Gallery: 2018 NRA National Precision Pistol Championships

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posted on July 10, 2018
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Enjoy the gallery above featuring photos from the 2018 NRA National Precision Pistol Championships this week at Camp Perry near Port Clinton, OH, near the shores of Lake Erie. The gallery features scenes from the opening ceremony, the firing line including last year's National Pistol Champion Jonathan Shue, iconic Camp Perry landmarks such as the famous water tower overlooking Lake Erie, and more. The 2018 NRA Pistol Nationals at Camp Perry will conclude on Friday, July 13 concluding with the traditional awards ceremony that evening.

For live scoring updates, please click here.

To learn more about NRA Precision Pistol, please visit pistol-competition.nra.org

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