Please note that the Competitive Shooting Division cannot respond to questions regarding membership or legislative affairs. Membership can be reached at [email protected] and the Institute for Legislative Affairs at [email protected].
Information relevant to the National Matches, State and Senior Games, International Shooting Competitions, and Advanced Marksmanship Training.
Manages all conventional (bullseye) pistol and International-style pistol competitive events. Also responsible for the NRA/USA Pistol Team program, and the Mayleigh Postal Team. Responsible for the National Action Pistol Championship, otherwise known as the NRA Bianchi Cup. Pistol Manager, or his designate, acts as the Match Director for the National Pistol Championships.
Manages rifle programs associated with Smallbore (rim fire), Air Gun and BB Gun (International BB Gun Championships), NRA International Smallbore, Dewar Postal Team, Randle Postal Team, and the Pershing and Roberts Team. Rifle Manager acts as the Match Director for the National Smallbore Rifle Championships.
Manages all centerfire rifle programs associated with conventional high power rifle to include Across the Course, Mid Range, Long Range, Palma, F-Class Open and F-T/R, Fullbore Prone and International Fullbore Prone. Also responsible for Action Rifle Match Competitions. Rifle Manager acts as the Match Director for the National High Power, Mid Range, Long Range and Fullbore National Championships.
Provides policy guidance and assistance for ALL NRA sanctioned tournaments, including changes and cancellations: Registered, Approved, Special, League, Regional, Sectional, and State Championships; manages and assigns NRA Referees; manages "Coming Events" for Shooting Sports USA.
Receives and posts all scores from NRA sanctioned tournaments. Issues CLASSIFICATION cards (NOT QUALIFICATIONS) to competitive shooters. Tracks all Tournament Reports including appropriate fees. Issues State Champions Certificates.
Provides assistance to and implements policy for event personnel supporting competitive shooting. Recruits and staffs National Matches and provides logistic, procurement, and varied project support for all NRA Competitive Shooting events.
The medical waiver application is fairly simple and consists of two forms. The first form is a Competitor Application that should be filled out by the shooter. The second form is a Medical Form that must be completed by the physician. Each applicant must submit the completed forms along with pictures and other relevant information.
Once received, the applications are reviewed by the NRA Protest Committee. After approving the application, the competitor will receive a card authorizing them to use the adapted position or equipment and must present that card to the Match Director prior to the start of the competition.
The Competitive Shooting Division of the NRA offers a wide range of activities in all types of shooting, sanctions over 11,000 shooting tournaments and sponsors over 50 national championships each year.