The winner of this year’s NRA National Precision Pistol Championship at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, is Jon Shue of Liberty, North Carolina. Shue's victory at Camp Atterbury over the weekend comes hot off the heels of his win at the CMP Pistol Championship at Camp Perry, Ohio.
This year’s NRA National Precision Pistol Championship at Camp Atterbury was held July 18-22. Ruger is the Presenting Sponsor of the 2023 NRA National Matches at Camp Atterbury.
Shue walked away from the NRA Precision Pistol Nationals with a score of 2662-135X. His score also netted him the High Civilian and High Military Veteran awards. Notably, his score was 25 points ahead of the nearest competitor.
The NRA Precision Pistol Nationals are comprised of the traditional bullseye three-gun course of fire—a 2700-point aggregate drawn from the .22, Centerfire and .45 caliber championships.
This year’s NRA Precision Pistol runner-up is John S. Zurek of Alpine, Arizona, who finished the match with a score of 2637-128X.
In third place and rounding out the top three open pistol shooters was Travis A. Joregenson of Dent, Minnesota, with a score of 2630-121X, which was seven points behind the runner-up, John S. Zurek.
The High Woman award went to Kimberly Hobart-Fleming of New Phila, Ohio, with a score of 2498-62X.
Phil Hemphill of Meridian, Mississippi, was the Police Champion with a score of 2612-108. Additionally, the Service Champion title went to MSG Jerry Millan (U.S. Army) with 2396-45X.
There were 47 total entries at this year’s NRA Precision Pistol Nationals.
See the full results of the 2023 NRA National Precision Pistol Championship at Camp Atterbury at the NRA Competitive Shooting division website.