Last week, the NRA released the overall 2019 NRA Championship schedule. Here’s a breakdown of the schedule for the 2019 NRA National Pistol Championships, which will be conducted next July at Camp Perry, OH.
The 2019 NRA National Pistol Championships will be held July 7-12, and will have a full five days of bullseye pistol shooting on the shores of Lake Erie.
The tournament will begin on Sunday, July 7 with shooter registration and orientation of match staff. Registration will be at Bldg. 950.
Monday, July 8 will have the First Shot ceremony at 10:00 a.m., as well as the Revolver Matches. These include the Harry Reeves Memorial Championship and the NRA Distinguished Revolver Match.
Tuesday, July 9 will feature the Preliminary Championship.
Wednesday, July 10 is the .22 Cal. Rimfire Championship. The .22 Cal. Championship includes slow fire, the national match course, timed fire and rapid fire.
Thursday, July 11 is the Center-Fire Championship. The Center-Fire Championship includes slow fire, the national match course, timed fire and rapid fire.
Friday, July 12 will be the .45 Cal. Championship. The .45 Cal. Championship includes slow fire, the national match course, timed fire and rapid fire.
Friday will also include the awards ceremony at Hough Auditorium, where the 2019 NRA National Pistol Champion will be crowned and the other awards will be given out to competitors.
To find bullseye matches near you, go to Coming Events.