NBRSA Nationals

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  1. Bill Johnston

    Bill Johnston Gold $$ Contributor

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    To All, the 2020 NBRSA long range 600/1000 yard Nationals scheduled for April 12th thru the 19th at White City, Oregon has been rescheduled to October 9th thru the 19th. The same format as was scheduled for the April shoot will be the same. The 600 yard match first, followed by the 1000. For those that had pre-registered your refund check will be in the mail....

    Thanks,
    Bill Johnston
    NBRSA Long Range Committee Chairman
     
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  2. Mulligan

    Mulligan Gold $$ Contributor

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    Bill,
    Thanks for the update.
    CW
     
  3. jvw2008

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    Bill I’m sure that was a tough decision. Thanks for getting the word out.
     
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  4. Gina1

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    Thank you for the heads up Bill

    Regina
     
  5. Ragnar

    Ragnar Shawn Greene Gold $$ Contributor

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    Hard call !Thanks for the information... God willing I will see everyone one of you in Oct.
    Lots of tuning time to get ready
    Be safe,clean and smart
    Shawn
     
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    Thanks for the update.
     
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  7. billbonser

    billbonser Gold $$ Contributor

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    Bill,

    Thanks for keeping all of us updated on the Nationals.

    I know I speak for many of the shooters in thanking you for your part in the planning of the NBRSA Nationals again. I know this is a large undertaking with the planning.

    I am keeping my fingers crossed that this pandemic has burned out, and is gone in the fall.


    Thanks Again,
    Bill Bonser
     

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