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For Nicholas Realuyo, Hard Work Results In Top Junior Title At 2-Gun Nationals

Nicholas Realuyo wins High Junior at the inaugural USPSA 2-Gun Nationals. Fellow Team Hoppe’s shooter and longtime mentor Todd Jarrett is the overall runner-up in Open division.

Results: 2021 USPSA 2-Gun PCC/Pistol Nationals

With a revised format, the match was held in June at the Talladega Marksmanship Park in Alabama.

Nils Jonasson: Back-To-Back USPSA Championship Titles

Within the span of a month, Jonasson secured consecutive titles at the USPSA Classic Nationals and 2-Gun Nationals

Superstition Mountain Mystery 3-Gun Match: Alysia Burrows Wins Stealth 2-Gun Top Lady

Team Federal's Alysia Burrows had an excellent showing at the 2022 Superstition Mountain Mystery 3-Gun Match

2017 Side Matches At Camp Atterbury

This year at Camp Atterbury: America's Rifle Challenge, NRA 2-Gun and the all-new NRA One-Mile Extreme Long Range Club!

Greg Jordan Wins 2016 NRA World Shooting Championship Stock Pro Division

The match featured 12 stages in pistol, rifle, and shotgun, all configured to challenge shooting proficiency.

Team SK’s Erich Mietenkorte Repeats As NRA Silhouette High Power Rifle Champion

Erich Mietenkorte once again topped the leaderboard at the NRA National Silhouette High Power Rifle Championship

Steamboat Challenge: A Windy Weekend In Wyoming

By all accounts, the 2021 Steamboat Challenge Action Pistol Regional and Wyoming State Championship were a success.

2015 NRA World Shooting Championship

On September 24-26, the NRA World Shooting Championship, presented by Magpul, will be held at the Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary, West Virginia. The NRA will gather the world’s top shooters, as well as the next generation of competitors to test their prowess in virtually every type of major firearms shooting sports. Featuring stages in pistol, rifle, shotgun, and combined firearms, shooters will compete in 12 disciplines over three days.

NRA World Shooting Championship Returns to Peacemaker

The 2016 World Shooting Champion will receive $25,000.

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