The National Rifle League 22 is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the growth and education of precision rifle shooting through a wide range of outdoors-related public interest activities.
These activities are designed to develop marksmanship skills for those participating in the shooting sports, promote firearms and hunting safety, and to educate the public about firearms.
The goal of the National Rifle League 22 is to make Tactical Rifle shooting more available to every community.
The National Rifle League 22 understands that the shooting community is fascinated with Precision Rifle, but most localities are not fortunate enough to have a 1000-yard range. However, nearly all localities have access to 100-yard ranges and most shooters own a 22 rifle.
The monthly course of fire, NRL 22 Standard Target Package, and standard barricades are all intended to be turnkey solutions to simple, fun and affordable Precision Rifle matches. Local clubs may use and submit scores for the monthly courses of fire to compete with the entire country. Additionally, local club’s Match Directors are encouraged to run supplemental courses of fire as well.
We recommend tailoring additional courses of fire to the taste of your shooters. Longer ranges, more complicated barricades, run and gun, easier or harder additional courses of fire are just a few ways that you can expand your matches.
Please share your creativity with the NRL 22 community, as it just may show up in next month’s course of fire for the entire country to shoot! Have fun, stay safe, and if ever there was an opportunity to take a kid shooting, THIS IS IT!!!!
Here at the NRAGC we shoot practice matches every Tuesday evenings from 4:00 PM till sunset and then on the last Saturday or Sunday of each month we shoot for scores to be submitted to the NRL22 program. We currently charge $10.00 for each shooter until we recoup the cost of startup and then we may lower the fees. Prizes are awarded each month on a national basis for the high shooters in each category. There will be regional matches and one national match each year.
A match consists of five stages with a combination of steel and paper targets. Ranges vary from 25 to 100 yards with target sizes ranging from ¼ inch to 6 inches. Each stage will have 10 rounds with each round worth 10 points.
The stages are standardized across the nation and change every month.
Come on out and shoot with us at the NRAGC Silhouette range on 7990 Bennett Rd Nampa Idaho.