In summer 2017, Camp Atterbury, Ind., will become home to NRA’s High Power Rifle Championships. The 35,000-acre facility, an Indiana National Guard training base built just before the start of World War II, will provide for future growth and development of NRA events. Director of NRA Competitive Shooting Dennis Willing revealed, “The NRA High Power Rifle Committee met and determined it would be beneficial to all competitors if we moved the championship from Camp Perry to another site. After much discussion, the range at Camp Atterbury, Indiana, was selected as the new home of the NRA National High Power Rifle Championships.” Check with ssusa.org for the latest NRA National Matches updates.
NRA Moves High Power Championships
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