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NRA National Junior Air Gun Championship
Sporter:  7 July 2013
Precision:  12 July 2013

Location and Facilities:  The championships will take place at the CMP Competition Center South, located at 1470 Sentinel Drive, Anniston, Alabama 36207.

Competition Sanction: The National Rifle Association has sanctioned this event and scores fired in this competition will count for national records. 

Organizers:  This competition will be organized and conducted by the National Rifle Association (NRA). 
Match Officials: 


Match Director

Sheri Judd

Match Referees/Jury

TBD

Chief Statistical Official

Brad Donoho

Chief Range Officer

 

Larry Pendergrass

Eligibility:  All qualifying juniors through age 20 are eligible to compete.

Rules.  The competitions will be three-position air rifle events fired at a distance of 10 meters.  Rules that will govern are: 

NRA Releases. Please fill out and turn in at check in the following releases for the NRA National Junior Air Gun Championships. NRA Release (adults 18 and over) OR the NRA Release for Minors.

Teams.  Each qualifying team may bring up to five athletes to the competition. If a team brings five shooters, they must designate four team members and one alternate at the time of check-in.  Subsequent substitutions are possible only in the case of illness or an emergency. Members of qualifying unit four-person teams will fire one three-position 3X20 course of fire on each of the three competition days. The team’s total score for the 3X20 course will determine team rankings. 

    • Categories. Teams will be categorized in one of following categories:
      • Club
      • Scholastic
      • State Association

Individuals.  Each qualifying team may bring up to five athletes to the competition. If a team brings five shooters, they must designate four team members and one alternate at the time of check-in.  Before the team fires, changes can be made to the team members counting for the team score.   Members of qualifying unit four-person teams will fire one three-position 3X20 course of fire for the NRA Junior Air Gun  competition. The team’s total score for the 3X20 course will determine team rankings. 

Awards:  The Individual sporter and precision class winners will receive medals as follows.

  • Sporter and Precision 3 Position – 1st, 2nd, 3rd Overall
    • 1st, 2nd, 3rd Prone
    • 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Standing
    • 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Kneeling

NRA Team Awards will be presented overall and by category.  Teams placing 1 – 3 overall will not be eligible for category awards.

  • Sporter and Precision 3 Position – 1st, 2nd, 3rd place teams
    • Top Club Team
    • Top State Association Team
    • Top Scholastic Team

Postal Competition.  The NRA will award the NRA National Team jackets to those shooters who are selected for the postal competition with South Africa. 
EIC Credit Points.

  • The NRA recognizes the National Three Position Air Rifle Championships as part of the NRA Distinguished Air Gun Program. NRA members who place in the top-scoring 10% of the overall results in this championship format will earn a step toward an NRA Distinguished Air Gun Award.  Each competitor who makes the same numerical score as the last score in the high 10% will be awarded a step. Information on the NRA Distinguished Air Rifle Program may be found at http://airgun.nra.org.


 
 
 
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