What is an NMLRA Territorial?
To answer that question simply, a territorial is the NMLRA’s outreach program to bring competitive shooting to its members locally. Let’s face it: not everyone can make it to Friendship. This doesn’t mean you have to be shooting the center out of all your targets to participate. Even the best shooter has been known to pull a shot out into the white on a target. Territorial match directors and competitors alike welcome new shooters to participate in the territorial program. Nowhere else does the statement the more the merrier ring true. Don’t be intimidated by the word competitive or competition; really, we’re all a bunch of blackpowder enthusiasts looking to have a good time and shoot a respectable score – a score that can withstand the good-natured ribbing that is bound to happen around the campfire at the end of the day. I encourage anyone who is curious about the territorial program to contact me, a match director, or field representative in their area to find out more. ~ Loretta Cruz, NMLRA Territorial Coordinator
Want to hold a Territorial Match in your state?
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Loretta Cruz, 493 River Rd., South Royalton, VT 05068 802-763-7397