Greg Jordan Wins 2016 NRA World Shooting Championship Stock Pro Division

posted on October 6, 2016
Above: Greg Jordan competes in the Precision Pistol stage at this year's championship. Photo by John Parker.

Champion 3-Gunner and Armalite shooting team member Greg Jordan came in first place in the Stock Professional Division at the 2016 NRA World Shooting Championship. Stock Pro shooters use the guns and ammo provided to them at the match.

Taking place last month at the Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary, WV, the annual event featured 12 stages that were configured to challenge shooters' proficiency with pistol, rifle, shotgun, and combined arms. 

Nearly 200 competitors took on some very challenging stages in disciplines such as Cowboy Action, Precision Pistol, 2-Gun, 3-Gun, 5 Stand shotgun, PRS Long-Range, among many others.

After the match Jordan said, "Every year I look forward to competing in the NRA World Championship. You sign up and show up to the range with your eyes and ears and your fingers crossed! It is one of the best ways to test a competitor's raw shooting ability using unfamiliar [guns] in several different shooting disciplines."


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