Updated 2021 NRA National Championships Calendar

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posted on June 18, 2021
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The most up-to-date calendar for the 2021 NRA National Championships at Camp Atterbury is below. (As of Monday, Jun. 21, 2021.)

2021 NRA Camp Atterbury Schedule
This calendar was updated on Monday, Jun. 21, 2021.


In addition to the main NRA matches, the new schedule details Indiana State Rifle and Pistol Association (ISRPA) events. Beginning with the First Shot Ceremony on Tuesday, July 6, ISRPA will conduct the following:

  • Junior Intermediate Smallbore Clinic and Camp
  • Boy Scout Merit Badge Day and awards
  • Premier Weekend (July 31-August 1) featuring Ladies’ Day on the Range
  • Family Day on the Range
  • Basic Safety Class
  • Introduction to Shooting Sports Class
  • Vendor Village
  • Laser Range


For 2021, there will not be an NRA Extreme Long-Range Championship.

To learn more about the 2021 NRA National Matches and to register, please visit competitor.nra.org/Register.aspx.


Read more: More Details: 2021 NRA National Matches At Camp Atterbury

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