Matt Alwine Posts Repeat Wins In National Rifle League Hunter Match Series

Team Savage shooter Matt Alwine secures back to back victories in NRL Hunter Match Series.

posted on March 5, 2024
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Team Savage’s Matt Alwine topped the Open Heavy division leaderboard at two NRL Hunter Match Series competitions earlier this year, the Arizona Ghost Hunter and Alabama Steel City Safari matches.
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Team Savage shooter Matt Alwine had a pair of impressive performances in this year’s National Rifle League (NRL) Hunter Match Series. Alwine secured first-place victories in both the Ghost Hunter and Steel City Safari matches, showcasing exceptional skill and precision in competitive shooting.

Alwine captured first place in the Open Heavy division at both matches shooting a custom Savage 110 Elite Precision rifle chambered in 25 Creedmoor.

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At the 2024 Steel City Safari Match in Vance, Alabama, February 9-11, Matt Alwine posted a score of 126 to win the Open Heavy division.


His consecutive NRL Hunter Open Heavy division triumphs occurred in Paulden, Arizona, at the NRL Arizona Ghost Hunter Match held January 19-21, and Vance, Alabama, which hosted the Steel City Safari Match held February 9-11.

The NRL Hunter Match Series takes place across the United States and attracts top-tier marksmen and women to test their shooting abilities in challenging scenarios.

Alwine walked away from the Arizona Ghost Hunter Match with 129 match points, and the Steel City Safari Match with 126 match points.

“We’re honored to have a marksman like Matt Alwine on the team and we congratulate him on these two Open Heavy wins,” Savage Arms Director of Marketing Beth Shimanski said. “Savage firearms are built to perform at top accuracy, so it’s reaffirming to see these top results from our Savage team using Savage products. We look forward to more wins as the 2024 season progresses.”

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