NRA Suspends All Sanctioned Matches Through April

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posted on March 30, 2020
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On Monday, March 30, the NRA released the below statement regarding the suspension of all sanctioned matches until the end of April.

Due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the NRA is unfortunately suspending all sanctioned matches through April 30, 2020. Any requests for sanctioning of new matches beyond April 30 are also suspended until further notice. As a result of this suspension, the NRA will no longer accept match fees or scores. The NRA will continue to monitor the situation and make additional statements as the Covid-19 pandemic unfolds. Please contact the NRA Competitive Shooting Division at [email protected], follow the NRA Competitive Shooting Facebook page or monitor the Competitive Shooting Division website at competitions.nra.org.

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