2600 / 2650 / 2670 Clubs

The NRA offers special recognition for pistol shooters who have fired outstanding scores in competitions by admitting them to the NRA Honorary Clubs. Membership is acquired by either equaling or surpassing predetermined scores in NRA sanctioned tournaments. An appropriate memento will be awarded to individuals admitted to these Honorary Clubs. It is the responsibility of the tournament sponsor to notify the NRA Competitive Shooting Division of possible new Honorary Club members. The information must include complete name and address of the individual, the score, and a copy of the official bulletin in which that score was fired.

The 2600 Club

The 2600 Club is open to any individual who fires a score of 2600 or higher over the 2700 pistol 3-gun aggregate in an NRA Registered or Approved Tournament.  The National Match Course or the NRA Short Course may be used as a part of the 2700 aggregate course.

The 2650 Club

The 2650 Club is open to any individual who fires a score of 2650 or higher over the 2700 pistol 3-gun aggregate in an NRA Registered or Approved Tournament.  The National Match Course or the NRA Short Course may be used as a part of the 2700 aggregate course.

The 2670 Club

The 2670 Club is open to any individual who fires a score of 2670 or higher over the 2700 pistol 3-gun aggregate in an NRA Registered or Approved Tournament.  The National Match Course or the NRA Short Course may be used as a part of the 2700 aggregate course.

Updates with any new club members will be posted quarterly.  For additional information on any of the above, please email pistol@nrahq.org.