Registration Open for 2019 NRA World Shooting Championship

posted on June 12, 2019

Now in its sixth consecutive year, the NRA World Shooting Championship will be returning to the Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary, W.Va., Sept. 18-21, 2019. An all-encompassing test of shooting prowess, the NRA World Shooting Championship never fails to attract some of the biggest names in the industry, while simultaneously remaining fully open to amateurs. Stages this year will include fan favorites like 3-Gun, High-Power Silhouette, Cowboy Action and more. Crazy Quail will reprise its role for two stages of shotgun events, alongside a host of other sponsors, and side matches will also be available to test one's skills during the match. Competitors must bring their ID, a copy of their FFL and a copy of their confirmation to the match. Official check-in will be Sept. 18, from 4-7 p.m. at the Hampton Inn at 1204 Berryville Ave. in Winchester, Va. For more information on the match, check out or email [email protected]. To sign up for the event, please visit to create a login.

Additional Reading:
Results and Recap: The 2017 NRA World Shooting Championship
2016 NRA National Matches: Results
2015 NRA World Shooting Championship: From Amateur to Pro
Gallery: Scenes From the 2015 NRA World Shooting Championship
Highlight Reel—2015 NRA World Shooting Championship
American Rifleman TV Preview: Jan. 28, 2015 — Trijicon World Shooting Championship
American Rifleman TV Preview: Feb. 4, 2015 — Trijicon World Shooting Championship
Gallery: 2014 Trijicon World Shooting Championship
Trijicon World Shooting Championship
NRA World Shooting Championship: A Firsthand Look
Everything You Wanted To Know About the NRA World Shooting Championship (And More)


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