NRA’s World Shooting Championship Going On NOW

NRA’s World Shooting Championship Going On NOW

Source: The Outdoor Wire | Repost ISRPA 4/5/2024 –

When the shooters take to their various stages to begin the NRA’s World Shooting Championship today at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, they will face a course of fire designed to help identify the best all-round shooters in the sport. Rifle, pistol and shotgun- with variations of each -wait to see who can combine the various stages of fire to take home the top prize and bragging rights as the world’s best all-around shooter…for 2024.

What they won’t see is all the work that went into getting the competition ready for them. Not just setting the courses, but re-setting them after severe weather moved through much of the country on Monday and Tuesday. Things were pretty much ready-to-go until the weather decided to take one of those notable spring u-turns and go from mild to wild.

Atterbury was no exception.

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Here are the dates for NMLRA events at Friendship

Here are the dates for NMLRA events at Friendship

April 19, 20, & 21 Pistol Match
April 26, 27, & 28 Women’s Weekend
May 17,18,& 19 Pistol Match
June 8 thru 16 NMLRA Spring Championships
August 19, 20, & 21 Pistol Match
September 14 thru 22 NMLRA National Championships

For Information Contact Russ Combs at (317-694-4624 or


Donate to USA Shooting’s Fundraising Drive

Donate to USA Shooting’s Fundraising Drive

Dear Members and Supporters of USA Shooting,

I hope this letter finds you well and filled with anticipation as the Olympic Trials are currently underway on the Path to Paris. The road to the Olympic and Paralympic Games is a testament to the dedication, hard work, and unwavering spirit of our athletes and the entire shooting community. As we approach this pivotal moment, I am reaching out to you with both hope and an urgent call for your support.

The Path to Paris represents the culmination of years of dreams and aspirations. Our athletes have poured countless hours into training, overcoming obstacles, and pushing their boundaries to proudly represent our nation on the global stage. They embody the values of discipline, perseverance, and excellence that make us all proud to be a part of USA Shooting.

However, this journey comes with significant financial challenges. The costs associated with training, travel, equipment, and competitions are substantial. We remain committed to equipping our athletes with the necessary resources to succeed, but we cannot achieve this alone. That is why I reach out to you today.

We are launching a fundraising drive with the immediate goal of ensuring that our athletes have the support they need to shine in Paris. Your contribution, regardless of size, will have a profound impact. It will not only provide vital financial support but also serve as a powerful symbol of your belief in our athletes and the values they embody.

I kindly request that you donate whatever you can to support USA Shooting and the Path to Paris. Your generosity will help us provide world-class coaching, state-of-the-art equipment, and the opportunities our athletes require to reach their full potential. Furthermore, I encourage you to share this appeal letter with at least five individuals who share our passion for shooting sports. By uniting as a community, we can ensure the success of our fundraising campaign and truly make a difference in the lives of our athletes.

To make a donation, please visit or send your contribution to USA Shooting, 1 Olympic Plaza #3, Colorado Springs, CO 80909. Every dollar contributes and brings us closer to our objective. Together, we can provide our athletes with the support they deserve and epitomize the true spirit of USA Shooting.

Thank you for considering this appeal, for your unwavering support, and for being an integral part of our journey. Let us join forces and create a Path to Paris that our athletes will cherish for a lifetime.

With gratitude and hope,

Craig Kozeniesky
CEO, USA Shooting

Cameron Zwart Wins 2023 Lones Wigger Iron Man Trophy At Camp Atterbury

Cameron Zwart Wins 2023 Lones Wigger Iron Man Trophy At Camp Atterbury

Source: NRA | Repost ISRPA 8/22/2023 –

The 2023 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championships closed with the awarding of the Lones Wigger Iron Man Trophy to Cameron Zwart.

Cameron Zwart captured the NRA Lones Wigger Iron Man Trophy on Sunday, August 6, to close out the 2023 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championships at Camp Atterbury.

Zwart, who hails from Comstock Park, Michigan, walked away from the 2023 NRA Smallbore Nationals at Camp Atterbury with an aggregate score of 13027-677X. Additionally, last month during the NRA National Smallbore Rifle 3-Position Championship, Zwart finished as the runner-up.

The NRA Lones Wigger Iron Man Trophy is awarded to the highest scoring shooter in the combined Smallbore Rifle position and prone matches at the NRA National Matches.

Finishing as the runner-up in the 2023 NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championship Iron Man aggregate was Michelle Bohren of Taylor, Michigan, with a score of 13020-712X.

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NRA Announces Return Of The World Shooting Championship, Presented By Walther Arms In 2024

NRA Announces Return Of The World Shooting Championship, Presented By Walther Arms In 2024

Source: NRS – Shooting Sports USA | Repost Indiana State Rifle and Pistol Association – 6/21/2023

The National Rifle Association of America is excited to announce that the NRA World Shooting Championship, presented by Walther Arms will take place at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, April 4-6, 2024. Being held for the seventh time, the NRA World Shooting Championship is the ultimate all-encompassing tournament which crowns the undisputed “World Shooting Champion” from amateur and professional shooters. More than $250,000 in cash and prizes are available to the field of competitors, with $25,000 awarded to the World Shooting Champion and $1,000 going to the winner of each stage of competition. The NRA, match sponsors and the State of Indiana are again showing their continued commitment to supporting competitive shooting and the Second Amendment.

“NRA’s storied history of organizing and executing premier shooting competitions will continue next spring as top shooters convene in Indiana for the NRA World Shooting Championship,” Joseph P. DeBergalis, Jr., executive director of NRA General Operations, said. “Competitors of every background and skill level, whether a professional or amateur shooter, will be challenged through a variety of shooting disciplines with the goal of being declared the ‘World’s Greatest Shooter.’ NRA is excited for the return of this highly popular championship, and we are grateful for the support from Walther Arms and our partners in the State of Indiana.”

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2023 Indiana State Junior High Power Championship June 24, 2023 at the Fort Wayne Rifle and Revolver Club

The Fort Wayne Rifle and Revolver Club, in association with the Indiana State Rifle and Pistol Association and the Indiana Youth Shooting Sports Foundation, is conducting the Indiana Junior High Power State Championship Match on June 24, 2023, at the Fort Wayne Rifle and Revolver Club.

The ISRPA has sanctioned this Match as a State Championship Match and this Match is an NRA Registered Match; National Records can be set at this match.

The formal match in the morning will be followed by lunch for the competitors (and spectators) and an informal Team Match in the afternoon.

Will the 2021 and 2022 Champion Madelyn make it a “Three-peat” or will someone else take the top spot this year?

The Preliminary Match Program is available at:

Indiana Junior High Power State Championship; Preliminary Match Bulletin

Registration forms will be available on the website at, or from Larry Beardsley at:

If there are questions or if any additional information is needed, please do not hesitate to contact me at the above email address.