Season Finale Caps Year Of Growth For National Rifle League

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posted on November 21, 2019
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After a year of tremendous growth, the National Rifle League (NRL) will conduct its national championships at the CCC Shooting Complex in Navasota, TX, starting on Saturday, December 7.

This year marks the end of the third season for NRL, and the organization plans to host some of the best precision rifle shooters in the country for nationals. The match will be conducted with the help of TX Precision Matches.

Competitors for the 2-day match will be drawn from top NRL competitors, both domestic and abroad. Notably, some of the top shooters from NRL South Africa will be joining in the fun this year. Shooters can expect a challenging COF along with well thought-out stages that will provide the kind of experience that one can certainly expect from such a prestigious match. Targets will be at distances out to 1,100 yards in multiple directions, and are designed to be used with a rifle that's equipped with a bipod, as well as bags. Finally, each squad will be limited to a total of 10 shooters. On day one, each squad will face 12 stages, and on day 2 they will tackle six stages.

The entry fee for the match is $300, which includes open range day the Friday prior to shooting, as well as lunch all weekend and a match t-shirt.

For more information on the 2019 NRL Championship, please visit the NRL website.


See more: How To Get Started In NRL22 Competition

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