Orofino, ID -(AmmoLand.com)- Nightforce Optics is excited to announce the inaugural Nightforce Precision Tactical 2 Rifle Match.
This competition will be a blend of the rifle component of 3-Gun and target engagements known to competitors of the Precision Rifle Series (PRS). The match is to be held August 27-28, 2016 across the expansive natural terrain of the NRA Whittington Center in Raton, NM. Running the match are Denise and JJ Johnson, who have much experience from running the world famous Rocky Mountain 3 Gun match.
The match format will consist of 10 stages, with shooters running both a carbine and precision rifle on each stage. Close to 300 yard targets will be engaged with the carbine, while precision rifles will engage steel to 1000 yards. Estimated minimum round counts will be 200rds from the carbine and 100rds from the precision rifle.
“We are thrilled to partner with Denise and JJ for this event, as we feel this is a unique match concept that will appeal to shooters from both multigun and precision rifle,” says Sean Murphy, Marketing Project Manager and shooter for Nightforce Optics. “I think competitors will enjoy using their favorite carbine on targets from up close to 300 yards, and then transitioning to a precision rifle out to 1000 yards on every stage. The Whittington Center is a perfect choice for this event, with the unlimited potential for exciting stages shot across their corner of the Rocky Mountains.”
Sign up information is available at: http://johnson3gun.webs.com/p-t-match-august-27-28-2016
If you would like to sponsor this event, please contact Nightforce Marketing at [email protected]
The maximum number of competitors will be limited to 100 for the first year, so sign up early!
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