2019 NRA National Smallbore Championships Schedule

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posted on November 5, 2018
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Here’s more details on the 2019 NRA National Smallbore Championships, which will be conducted next July at the Wa-Ke'-De rifle range in Bristol, IN. 

The 2019 NRA Smallbore Nationals will be held July 16-28, and will once again feature the Lones Wigger Iron Man Trophy awarded to the high scoring shooter over the entire match. The 2018 winner, Elizabeth Gratz, was able to win this coveted award by outscoring her fellow competitors over the duration of the 11-day tournament.

This year’s Smallbore Nationals will begin on Tuesday, July 16, when registration opens and the 3-Position Championship will get underway.

Wednesday, July 17 the Metric 3-Position Championship will begin.

Friday, July 19 is the Conventional 3-Position Championship.

Sunday, July 21 is registration day for the Conventional Prone Championship, and also a practice day.

Monday, July 22 the Conventional Prone Iron Sights Championship start.

Wednesday, July 24 are the Team Matches, Dewar Team, Drew Cup, Randle Match, Mentor Match, Wakefield Match and Whistler Boy Match. 

Thursday, July 25 the Conventional Prone Any Sights Championship begins.

Saturday, July 27 marks the beginning of the Metric Prone Championship.

And, prior to the 2019 Smallbore Nationals on July 10-14, the NRA Smallbore Intermediate Camp will be conducted.

Email [email protected] for more information.


To find NRA Smallbore Rifle matches near you, please visit our Coming Events section.

View the entire 2019 NRA National Championship schedule of events.

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