2019 NRA National Pistol Championship

posted on June 27, 2019

Camp Perry will once again host the 2019 NRA National Pistol Championship in Port Clinton, OH, from July 10-12. The NRA National Pistol Championship has been conducted at Camp Perry for over 100 years, but will be moving to Camp Atterbury starting in 2020.

New for this year, all shooters are required to create a login on the NRA Competitive Shooting website before registering for any of the various NRA Championships. Click here to create your portal login. Additionally, you can view the 2019 NRA National Pistol Championship schedule at this link.

Come experience the fun of competitive shooting with fellow pistol enthusiasts and put your accuracy to the test at Camp Perry this year. Competitor registration for the 2019 NRA National Pistol Championship will close on July 9.

For more information about the championship, you can visit competitions.nra.org/competitions/nra-national-matches/national-pistol-championships, alternatively, please email [email protected] or call 703-267-1468.

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