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NRA SSUSA 201206

NRA SSUSA 201206

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Irish Creedmoor-136 Years
NRA’s Competitive shootiNG 
VOL. 25 NO. 6 JUNE 2012
Super Carry .45 ACP pistols raise the bar for 1911 features and performance.Made in theKimber
Custom Shop,
they have a round heel frame for unequaled concealability andcomfortable carry, plus unidirectional serrations for fast and positive operation.A Carry Melt
 treatment rounds and blends edges. An ambidextrous thumb safety and match grade barrelare standard.A Kimber first, the new Super Carry Ultra+
combines a 3-inch barrel with afull-length grip.Super Carry pistols deliver performance to the extreme.
©2011 Kimber Mfg., Inc. All rights reserved. Kimber names, logos and other trademarks may not beused without permission. Names of other companies, products and services may be the property oftheir respective owners. Kimber firearms are shipped with an instruction manual and California-approvedcable lock. Copy of instruction manual available by request.
Kimber, One Lawton Street, Yonkers, NY 10705 (800) 880-2418
The new Super Carry Ultra+™ (left) and SupeCarry Custom HD™ establish a new standard of personal defense. Seven Super Carry models are offered, all chambered in .45 ACP.
Super Carry pistols have specializedfeatures like night sights withcocking shoulder, round heel frameand unidirectional serrations.
The Kimber Super Carry.Well-rounded Performance.
The Super Carry Pro™ .45 ACP isone of four models with a light weightaluminum frame for easy carry.The Super Carry Pro HD™ .45 ACPis one of three new models with astainless steel frame for hard use.
By Dennis willing
NRA CompetitiveShooting DivisionBehind The Scenes
Last year saw the debut o the National Deense Match (NDM), which was shot onelectronic targets during the National Matches at Camp Perry. What you didn’t seewas how all o this came together.As the coordinator or NRA Tactical Firearms Programs, Trey Tuggle developedthe NDM, ater studying various other rearms disciplines, with a goal o creating apractical course o re and bringing more non-competitive shooters out to the localclub range or a un day o shooting. The electronic targets were also an opportunityto gauge how such targets can be used in other shooting disciplines. Trey continuesto work on a pistol, shotgun and a deensive handgun course, all designed to bepractical and un.Plans or a 2012 NDM at Camp Perry are underway, ocusing on increased use oelectronic targets and more participation. Trey is also considering running a small sidematch that might win you a rearm. Stay tuned or more inormation.
Speaking of Electronic Targets
Howard Moody, National Rife Manager, was recently so impressed with electronictargets at an event that he has asked or a price or 200 o them or use in smallborecompetition. These are the same targets that are used in most ISSF competitions.It will be interesting to see what the price comes in at and whether or not we canaord to have them available or uture National Championships.
Speaking of Future National Championships
I have long elt that that there was a need or a Mid-Range High Power and Mid-Range F-Class National Championship. As a result, we are exploring options to imple-ment these matches to run concurrently with either the High Power or Long RangeNational Championships at Camp Perry; I’m just not sure which, yet. We hope toimplement these next year.
NRA Club Champion
The NRA launched its Club Champion Program last October. Thus ar, 16 clubshave jumped on board and we are talking with others. You can nd the details atwww.nraclubchamp.com. Remember, you don’t have to be a sportsman’s club toparticipate. Boy Scouts, 4-H, or any other organized groups are welcome. Who’s thebest all-round shooter in your club? Anyone interested in pitting our club championagainst your club champion?
Compttv shoot:
Exercising Our Second Amendment Rights

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