Gallery: Camp Atterbury Long Range Rifle, Palma Matches

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posted on July 25, 2018
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When talking about Palma rifle competition, the traditional course of fire is at three yardages, 800, 900 and 1000 yards. This year at Camp Atterbury, IN, was no different during the NRA High Power Rifle Long Range Championships, where the Palma Team Matches concluded the long range portion of the tournament. 

The first Palma match was conducted by the NRA in 1875 at New York's Creedmoor Range. The original Palma trophy, now lost to the ages, was commissioned by none other than Tiffanys. Enjoy the gallery above featuring photos from this year at Camp Atterbury.

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