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Register Now for USA Shooting/Civilian Marksmanship Program 2020 Winter Airgun Championships

USA Shooting is proud to host the Winter Airgun Championships in close partnership with the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) in two locations at once. Athletes will have the choice to choose from either Anniston, Alabama or Camp Perry, Ohio, capacity permitting. The competition will take place December 17-20, 2020 and registration is limited to 225 competitors per location 

The Winter Airgun Championships are open to all USAS Members and includes two 60-shot days of competition plus an additional mixed team course of fire on day three. Finals on day three will consist of top scoring athletes as well as a random draw of competitors at each location for the chance to win prizes from USAS Shooting sponsors like ELEY, SKB Cases, 3M Peltor, Orca Coolers, and many more.    

Match entry is $195 total and registration will close one week prior to competition. It is likely that this event will reach competitor capacity prior to entry deadline.  
   

Dates to note for the 2020 Winter Airgun Championships: 

•           December 17, 2020 – Check-in and Open Training (10am – 5pm) 

•           December 18, 2020 – Match Day 1 

•           December 19, 2020 – Match Day 2 

•           December 20, 2020 – Match Day 3 & Finals 

  

Winter Airgun will not serve as a National Team selection match. 

For more information on the Winter Airgun Championships, including registration details, visit: https://www.usashooting.org/7-events/match-information If you have questions regarding the Winter Airgun Championships, please contact competitions@usashooting.org

 

Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) 

USA Shooting would like to thank the continued efforts of the Civilian Marksmanship Program to enhance competitive shooting across the United States. CMP has been a longtime friend of USA Shooting and we look forward to working with them in tandem for the upcoming Winter Airgun competition at their ranges in Anniston and Camp Perry. For more information about the CMP and its programs, log onto www.TheCMP.org.  

 
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