National Rifle Association Camp Perry Instructors' Trophy 1934 Medal
LIMITED ITEM. SURPLUS - USED. Once they are gone we may not get any more. NON-REFUNDABLE ITEM.
Camp Perry Instructors' Trophy Medal 1934.
Looking for more space, the National Matches again moved west, but stopped well short of Fort Reilly, actually just a few miles west of the small Lake Erie town of Port Clinton, Ohio where the Ohio National Guard had built a massive shooting range. In a little over a year, under the direction of Ammon Critchfield, a low lying swamp was turned into a modern shooting facility. Dedicated in honor of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry whose signal victory, just off of the facility’s shoreline, in 1813 secured control of the Great Lakes for the United States, the range boasted a mile long firing line. So good was the location, ranges, and infrastructure that, with rare exceptions, Camp Perry has become the home of National Matches.
Features of the Medal:
- Condition: Excellent (faded ribbon)
- Stamped with the top bar: US National Rifle Association 1934
- Stamped on the Medal: Camp Perry Instructors' Trophy
- Ribbon: Green/Red/White/Purple
- Bronze colored Medal and top bar
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