NSSF 3-Gun Fantasy Camp in Las Vegas

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posted on January 31, 2017
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The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) recently announced its first-ever 3-Gun Shooting Sports Fantasy Camp, set for April 20-23 at the world-class Clark County Shooting Complex near Las Vegas, NV.

Modeled after the success of similarly designed events in the race car and major league baseball industries, NSSF's Shooting Sports Fantasy Camp will feature shooting instruction from some top names in professional shooting, including Randi Rogers, Robert Vogel, Tommy Thacker, Dianna Muller, Ryan Muller, BJ Norris and Chris Cheng.

In addition to a full weekend of shooting alongside today's best shots, those attending will also be provided all meals, ammunition, hotel accommodations, a swag bag full of premium shooting gear, evening entertainment and more.

Registration is now open, but the Fantasy Camp is limited to just 32 guests, so secure your reservation now by visiting www.shootingsportsfantasycamp.com.

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