Camp Perry results….
Category: Camp Perry
Now that the NRA has wiped last year’s results to start posting 2013 Camp Perry scores, don’t forget that we have an archive of Camp Perry results (going back to 2007) which includes ALL of the shooting disciplines here. http://pronematch.com/all-results/camp-perry/
from HQ Moody 2014 & 2015 NRA Smallbore Championships are Moving You have probably heard by now that we are moving the NRA SMALLBORE RIFLE CHAMPIONSHIPS to Bristol, IN, in 2014. This move is necessary to support the World Palma Rifle Championships scheduled to be held at Camp Perry in 2015. 2014 will be “dress rehearsal” […]
Two of the more popular matches fired each year at Camp Perry during smallbore are relatively new. Conceived by Patti Clark, of the NRA Board of Directors, who is a long time smallbore competitor and a member of the Smallbore Committee, the Randle Doubles Match pairs an seasoned competitor with a less experienced one. The […]
by Dennis Lindenbaum Summer School 2011 Each year for the last three I have given notice where I am dutifully employed that I will be gone for a week in late July. “Going on vacation?” “Yeah…sort of” “Where are you going?” “Ohio.” “Very funny. Where are you really going?” “Well, Lake Erie. It’s in Ohio”. […]
The pronematch.com crew is back from Camp Perry. Dreadful bandwidth this year prevented us from publishing while at the Nationals. But, while we were at Camp Perry we added a few new members to our staff including Danny Wigger and Dennis Lindenbaum! We look forward to their contributions to our site.
So we took an old aerial photo of Camp Perry in 1920 (found in the CT State Archives) and matched it up with a satellite photo of Camp Perry taken in 2006 (from Google Earth). Pretty cool, eh? The perspective is slightly off on the two images so they don’t match perfectly, but they’re pretty […]
Here’s another Camp Perry video from the National Archives. The description reads “On the Dewar small-bore rifle match held at Camp Perry, Ohio, in 1933. Teams fire slow and rapid fire from the 50 and 100-yard ranges. Targets are checked. The winning U.S. team poses and receives congratulations. Shows General Milton A. Reckord.” The entry […]