NRA Announces Sponsors For 2017 National High Power Rifle Championships

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posted on July 5, 2017
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The National Rifle Association is pleased to announce the sponsors for the 2017 National High Power Rifle Championships, scheduled for July 7-25, 2017, at Camp Atterbury, Indiana. This year’s sponsors include ArmaLite, Berger Bullets, Cutting Edge Bullets, Champion’s Choice, FN America, Hodgdon Powder, Krieger Barrels, Lapua, NEXUS Ammunition, Nightforce Precision Optics, Nosler, OTIS, Satern/Liberty Barrels, Sierra Bullets, SK, Timney Triggers USA, Vihtavuori, and White Oak Arms.

The NRA National High Power Rifle Championships builds upon a century of shooting sports heritage and traditions, and brings the pageantry and excitement of this legendary competitive shooting match for its first year at Camp Atterbury, Indiana.

The nation’s finest civilian and military marksmen will convene on some of Atterbury’s 60 ranges for nearly 20 days of high power rifle competition in a variety of formats. This year’s National Matches at Camp Atterbury will include the National High Power Championships, National Mid-Range Championships, National Long Range Championships, and various side matches, including NRA America’s Rifle Challenge presented by Daniel Defense, NRA 2Gun and an Extreme Long Range One Mile event.

For more information about the 2017 National High Power Rifle Championships, including registration, calendar of events, official program, and more, visit the official website by clicking here.

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