PLEASE NOTE for the 2019 Championships: Everyone must enter through the visitor center at the Interstate 185 access point to get an access pass to the installation. This process takes about 10 minutes to complete at the gate. Once the pass is granted, visitors will then be able to enter at any access point for post. The gate guards have been made aware of the championships and our many visitors coming on base. PLEASE tell any guests you are expecting about this procedure. Be sure to allow extra time to register at the visitor center on your first day. If possible, check in a day early (if you arrive early) to relieve that pressure on a match day.
This championship will include NRA College Rifle Clubs, ROTC Teams, and independent shooters.
The purpose of this championship is to determine the National Collegiate Rifle Club Individual and Team Champions, and ROTC Individual and Team Champions.
The championship will feature Smallbore Rifle and Air Rifle competitions, Training Summits for all participants and coaches, and an opportunity for coaches and shooters to meet others in the sport they may not usually see during the regular season.
Invitations to the NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championships
Qualifications for an invitation to the Championship are determined from minimum qualifying scores fired in the NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Sectionals held throughout the U.S. between January and February.
Smallbore Rifle - 450
Air Rifle - 495
Smallbore Rifle - 1800
Air Rifle - 1980
For eligibility requirements, please read the program.
It is the hope of the NRA Collegiate Program that the NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championship will grow and strengthen the competitive rifle teams on campuses across the nation. All collegiate rifle clubs are urged to shoot in the Intercollegiate Sectionals in hopes of qualifying.
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.