Although it was the first year for the NRA Precision Pistol National Championships at Indiana’s Camp Atterbury, competitors enjoyed new amenities, such as the new covered 100-point range.
SSG Erin McNeil of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit wins the 2021 Remington Trophy Match after winning the shoot-off with a score of 100-6X.
Team SIG’s Daniel Horner successfully defended his title at the 2019 SIG Sauer Ft. Benning Multi-Gun Nationals.
The AMU’s Adam Sokolowski took top honors in both the NRA Regional and the State Championship, including a perfect score in the Ambidextrous Plates event, the inclusion of which was determined by the spin of a wheel for the State Championship.
At age of 82, Bruce Meredith is one of the few remaining shooters from the superb U.S. Army teams of the 1960s and 1970s, helping usher in the “Golden Age” of U.S. international competitive shooting.
The duo of Brian Burrows and Derek Haldeman grabbed Men's Trap shooting gold and silver medals, respectively, as well as quotas for the 2020 Olympic Games at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru
U.S. Army Sgt. Benjamin Cleland sets new national record with a perfect score of 800 with a service rifle at the 2019 Charlie Smart Memorial Regional in Oak Ridge, TN, on June 2