Mesa, AZ – Team MPA Shooter, Morgun King has been crowned the 2020 National Rifle League (NRL) Champion. King had a 2020 season score of 499.30.
The 2020 NRL Championship was held May 1-2 in Earlsboro, OK with competitors shooting from 300 yards out to 1,200 yards. A majority of the targets for the 2020 Championship were from 400-880 yards.
“Over the past 12-months, I’ve won a total of nine PRS/NRL matches. Seven of the victories were using Berger 6mm 109 Grain Long Range Hybrid Target (LRHT) bullets. The other two, including the NRL Finale, were using Berger 6.5 mm 153.5 Grain LRHT’s,” commented King. “I’m attending veterinary school, and with my busy schedule I’ve discovered that load development is optional in my rifles when choosing Berger Bullets, the results speak for themselves.”
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