The NRA's Competitive Shooting Division will manage and score each match with the assistance of the Peacemaker National Training Center match staff. For overall competition registration information and event details, click here.
If this event sounds like something you might be interested in, but you don't know if you're qualified, we editors have great news: The Trijicon World Shooting Championship will now offer divisions for both Amateur and Junior level shooters. Registration is available for both newly added divisions.
"The idea here is to offer a less intimidating and expensive experience for up and coming shooters," said Cole McCulloch, Owner and Founder, Peacemaker National Training Range. "Myself and all the sponsors involved believe this inaugural event should be available to the most advanced firearm competitors from around the world, regardless of age or overall access to professional competition."
To be considered for this elite competition, Junior and Amateur participants must be competitive shooters or aspiring professionals capable of handling firearms in a safe, responsible and experienced manner.
Both divisions, Junior and Amateur, require an entry fee of $275. The Amateur competitors will compete for a prize table valued at $25,000, but will not be eligible for the main prize; the Junior Division shooters will be eligible for the main prize table where items are valued at over $150,000, as well as other cash prizes based on their success during the event.
Good luck to all the shooters!