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The 2017 NRA World Shooting Championship will be held September 14-16, at the Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary, WV.

The competition, gathering the top shooters in the world to compete in virtually every type of major firearms shooting sport including pistol, rifle, shotgun and combined firearm sports, will crown one competitor the undisputed "World Shooting Champion.”

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$250,000 in Cash and Prizes

First through third place overall win cash prizes, along with High Lady and High Amateur Junior. Once again, there are separate Pro and Amateur prize tables.

2 Competition Divisions

Compete among some of the best shooters in the world using provided firearms, equipment and ammunition.

12 Challenging Stages

Prove your marksmanship skills in all firearm disciplines over twelve challenging shooting stages.

The Divisions

Register for the 2017 World Shooting Championship as either a Professional or an Amateur. To learn more about which division you qualify for, see below:


The Professional Division is for any individual who receives financial support or services in support of competitive shooting activities and/or any individual who has previously been a part of a specialized firearms team or unit (ex: SWAT, military special warfare groups, etc.) is considered to be a professional. No competitor may use their personal firearms, equipment, or ammunition in the tournament.


The Amateur Division is for shooters who do NOT receive any financial support, products or services in competitive shooting activities, not a member of the military, and plan to use all provided firearms and ammunition provided by the host.

Get a taste of the action with highlights from the 2015 NRA World Shooting Championship!

Want To Know More

Contact us at 703-267-1479 or email for more information.


NRA World Shooting Championship

Do you have what it takes to outshoot the best in pistol, rifle, shotgun and combined firearm sports?