2024 NRA World Shooting Championship Registration Opens Dec. 6

Beginning at 1:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Dec. 6, online registration will be open for the 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship, Presented by Walther.

posted on December 4, 2023
2018 Wsc 6 All Top Shooters
Top shooters at the 2018 NRA World Shooting Championship awards ceremony (l. to r.): 2018 World Shooting Champion Tim Yackley, runner-up Greg Jordan, third place Bruce Piatt, High Junior Michael Davis and High Lady Lena Miculek.

Registration for the 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship, presented by Walther, will open at 1:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, December 6, 2023.

The 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship will take place at Camp Atterbury, Ind., April 4-6. Only the first 288 competitors will be granted entry into the competition, so if you are interested in attending, act fast and be sure to register on Wednesday, December 6. Once the match is full, competitors may add themselves to the waitlist.

NRA World Shooting Championship Logo
Registration opens Dec. 6 at 1:00 p.m. ET for the seventh edition of the NRA World Shooting Championship to held April 4-6, 2024, at Camp Atterbury, Ind. The last NRA World Shooting Championship was held in 2019 at the Peacemaker National Training Center in West Virginia.


Originally launched in 2014, the NRA World Shooting Championship is the ultimate all-encompassing tournament that crowns an undisputed “World Shooting Champion” from amateur and professional shooters.

More than $250,000 in cash and prizes are available to the field of 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship competitors, with $25,000 awarded to the NRA World Shooting Champion and $1,000 going to each stage winner.

All firearms, optics and ammunition are provided to NRA World Shooting Championship competitors to level the playing field for this unique competition. Shooters will compete in 12 stages of fire spanning multiple rifle, pistol and shotgun disciplines. Additionally, there will be nine side matches.

Competitors at the 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship have the opportunity to shoot seven different events per day over the course of the three-day match—four stages that are part of the main competition, along with three of the side matches.

Below is a breakdown of the main stages and side matches.

  • Stage 1: Sporting Clays
  • Stage 2: Precision Standing Air Gun
  • Stage 3: NRA Precision Pistol
  • Stage 4: NRA Americas Rifle Challenge
  • Stage 5: FITASC
  • Stage 6: 3-Gun
  • Stage 7: NRA Mid-Range AR-Tactical
  • Stage 8: Biathlon
  • Stage 9: SASS
  • Stage 10: Precision Rifle Series
  • Stage 11: Scholastic Action Shooting
  • Stage 12: USPSA
  • Side Match 1: Knock It Off
  • Side Match 2: Star Power
  • Side Match 3: Bianchi Plates
  • Side Match 4: Trap Double Trouble
  • Side Match 5: Rimfire Falling Plate Blues
  • Side Match 6: Wrangling Plates
  • Side Match 7: IDPA Slice the Pie
  • Side Match 8: Pistol-Caliber Carbine Plate Blast
  • Side Match 9: Keep It Moving Double

The NRA, match sponsors and the state of Indiana are again showing their continued commitment to supporting competitive shooting and the Second Amendment. Indiana First Lady Janet Holcomb will help kick-off this historic event. She will be joined by executives from Walther Arms, NRA officials and board members, and Indiana State Rifle and Pistol Association President and NRA Board Member Charlie Hiltunen.

Previous winners of the NRA World Shooting Championship include the following.

  • Daniel Horner, 2014
  • Bruce Piatt, 2015
  • Doug Koenig, 2016
  • Greg Jordan, 2017
  • Tim Yackley, 2018
  • Greg Jordan, 2019
Greg Jordan
Greg Jordan is the only two-time NRA World Shooting Champion, winning the competition in 2017 and 2019.



As mentioned, the NRA will begin online registration for the 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship at 1:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, December 6.

Competitors may register as an individual in either the Professional or Amateur divisions. A Professional is defined as an “individual who receives financial support over $2,000 per year in products, cash or services in support of competitive shooting participation. A Professional is also any competitor who has placed in the ‘top five’ of the Amateur Category in any previous NRA World Shooting Championship.” As for the Amateur definition, that is “anyone who does not meet the definition of the ‘Professional.’”

Competitors who are planning to attend the NRA World Shooting Championship in 2024 are encouraged to secure their spot as soon as registration opens, because the match has filled quickly in previous years.

Upon the opening of registration at 1:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, December 6, competitors must fully complete registration via the NRA Shooters Portal. Note that if you have not already created a profile, you will be required to do prior to registering for the 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship.

Go to competitor.nra.org for registration information. To learn more about the 2024 NRA World Shooting Championship, visit wsc.nra.org.


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