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2019 PRSID Gem State Standoff AAR | By Logan Wallace

Written by Logan Wallace “At the 2018 Championship, I came up short of where I wanted to finish and said, if I can come back, I would do so with intentions of redemption.” Match Directors Seth Howard and Nate Lauerman March 23-24, 2019 This match for me started back in October of 2018 at the same venue in Vale, OR, where the 2018 NRL Championship was held. It is a truly unique location to shoot at, with 90% of the COF being natural terrain

Community Vote to get an NRL Championship Squad closer to winning the Armageddon Gear bike!

NRL COMMUNITY, we need your help to decide which squad has the opportunity to be one step closer to winning the Armageddon Gear Bike during the #NRLCHAMPIONSHIP2018! STAGE: Armageddon Gear Battle for the Bike TIME LIMIT: 2:00 STAGE DESCRIPTION: Participating squads re-enact a stage from Day 1 of the Championship match. No props may be used, but they may use their squad-mates. TO VOTE: Watch all the videos below, and comment on the

2018 Tactical Bolt Rifle Challenge AAR | By Erik Severson

The National Rifle League’s 2018 Tactical Bolt Rifle Challenge was hosted by NorCal Practical Precision Rifle Club at Sacramento Valley Shooting Center in Sloughhouse, CA from Sept. 28-30, 2018. Friday Check in and Zero We arrived at the range about 11:30 Friday morning as the DOPE gathering session was finishing. We checked in and received our match books and swag bag that was packed with useful goodies. We were then directed to the

2018 Butch Oklahoma Shoot

2018 Butch’s Oklahoma Shoot AAR | By Matt Hornback

Written by Matt Hornback The best piece of advice for this match is to bring a shooting mat, grab your favorite shooting bag, leave the tripod and don’t expect to spot your misses. My third NRL match of the 2018 season was the notorious Butch’s Oklahoma Shoot. Located in Woodward, Oklahoma, this match was held in a sprawling private range facility complete with rolling hills, plenty of cows and…wind mills! Yes, that’s right, Butch even turned on

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NRL Athlete Spotlight | Rei Hoang

Rei Hoang  Nick name: 9 dolls Location: Originally from California, currently residing in Las Vegas, NV. Occupation: Pursuing a Masters in Biomedical Engineering Competitive Shooter Profile. I’ve always been into firearms but didn’t know anyone who was. Nobody in my family or my friends shot. In 2009, I walked into my local gun shop and bought myself my first rifle with my pink hello kitty piggy bank full of ten-dollar bills. Back story on the ten-dollar bills, I disliked ten-dollar bills, it was too

NRL Athlete Spotlight Brady Lamm

NRL Athlete Spotlight | Brady Lamm

Brady Lamm My name is Brady Lamm but a nickname given to me over 10 years ago was BLAMM and it stuck. I was born and raised in Idaho 32 years ago. I spent 8 years in the U.S. Army as an unmanned aircraft pilot, serving a full tour in Iraq and traveling the world. I went to school for engineering and aviation sciences, with a secondary focus on business management. Most importantly I am a single dad of an amazing

JC Steel Target Challenge Greg Herbert AAR

2018 JC Steel Target Challenge AAR | Greg Herbert

Written by Greg Herbert “I just drove 800 miles to shoot 3 rounds; you got to be kidding me!” On the heels of the NRL Owen’s Armory Sickness for Distance match outside Kingman Arizona came the JC Steel Target Challenge Washington match with cooler temperatures. The weekend before the temperature was in the 90’s. At the Arizona match, I noticed I was having issues with some of my brass. On day 1, shooting off a barricade I had a case

2017 NRL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH BOOK BY SIN CITY PRECISION

With the NRL’s 2018 Season in full momentum ahead, we’re sharing the 2017 NRL Championship match book created by Sin City Precision Match Directors Jared Flanagan and Tyler Frehner, for those interested reviewing what these top shooters went head to head on. See stage descriptions, target distance and sizes, time limit, round count, gear limits, and available points. We welcome you to digest the information, and use it to create your own approach on

NRL Athlete, Perspective from Precision Rifle Shooter Joseph Park Jr.

First let me say I have zero understanding of what it takes to set up a nonprofit. I have no way to judge the time it must take from your life to start a new national shooting league. I have no reference points to figure out how much time it must have taken away from family to get sponsorship’s or to find match directors willing to put on matches. I simply have zero experience

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NRL Athlete, Perspective from Precision Rifle Shooter Doug Moore

Doug Moore My name is Doug Moore. I am 30 years old and live in Woodward, Oklahoma. I currently work for Case Wireline Services Inc. as a pipe recovery engineer. I have been married for 7 years to my loving wife, Morgan Moore, and have two beautiful daughters, Kinley and Kylah. Competitive Shooter Profile I got into the sport of Precision Rifle in 2013, after my wife built me my first custom rifle the previous year for my birthday. She built