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Competitors’ Corner: October 2022

Highlights from the October 2022 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA’s competitive shooting journal

One Escape: Camp Perry Held 6,000 POWs

The 6,000 POWs at Camp Perry during WWII were mostly skilled workers. Only one ever managed to escape.

Excellence in Competition Rifle: Then and Now

Two competitors, one a Baby Boomer, the other from Generation Z, examine the past and contemplate the future of High Power Rifle competition.

National Matches Canceled For The Seventh Time In History

No stranger to difficult situations, the NRA will always be a force behind national shooting competitions in the United States.

About As Close As It Gets: The 1953 NRA Smallbore Rifle Prone Championship

You'll never guess who won the four-way tie between John Crowley, John Moschkau, Charlie Whipple and Art Cook at the 50th anniversary 1953 NRA Smallbore Nationals at Camp Perry, Ohio.

The History Of The Famous Camp Atterbury Rock

This carved rock has been the symbol of Indiana National Guard facility Camp Atterbury since World War II

California Grizzlies: Tribute to ‘Mama Bear’ Connie Taylor

Team Mom Connie Taylor took the a leadership role—her actions allowing the Grizzlies junior team to focus on the National Matches—instead of administrative paperwork

NRA National High Power Rifle Championships Debut At Camp Atterbury

Norman Houle wins XTC, Jeff Bartlett wins Mid Range, John Whidden wins Long Range

Six Things You Didn’t Know About Camp Atterbury

The new home of the NRA High Power Rifle Championships has a storied history

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