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Kohen Reining

NRL22 Young Guns – Kohen Reining

Raising the next generation of safe, and responsible rifle shooters. Message from Dad: Kohen was raised around firearms and was taught how to safely handle them, starting at the age of 4.  I am a Special Response Team Firearms and Tactics instructor for a federal agency, so Firearms are part of my families life. Kohen started showing an interest very early on, so we have slowly worked to get him to the point he is today. Bonding Kohen has never been

Kaelyn Jeffries


Kaelyn Jeffries My name is Kaelyn, I’m 14. My Dad calls me “Kae” and I live in California. I just finished my freshman year of high school and am involved in Cheer and ASB. Other things I love to do is photography. Competitive Shooter Profile My Dad introduced me to shooting around the age of 5 or 6. He used to keep me interested by making bets with me at the range when I was younger. He

Lukas Knorr’s On Deck – Next Generation of Safe and Responsible Shooters

Raising the next generation of safe, and responsible rifle shooters. Message from Dad: I grew up in a responsible gun owning family, that taught me gun safety. I had my 1st BB gun at the age of 4 and just fell in love with shooting! Bonding To me its only manifested a stronger bond with my son just as it did with my father and I. Shooting guns with my Dad opened the door to begin the journey and memories that meant the world


The NRL22 is fortunate to have so many quality Match Directors that help us make this League great. That’s why it was difficult to select only a few of the MANY that were ready and willing to represent their region and host the regional matches. We have absolute confidence that these men are going to put on great events and my whole family is thrilled to be going to Southern California to shoot our regionals. Tyler Frehner, Director of Match Operations If


Raising the next generation of safe, and responsible rifle shooters. Message from Dad [Doug Waddoups]: From a young age William was drawn to shooting.  He passed his hunter’s safety when he was eight.  When William was nine, along with his older brother the three of us went a 22Marksman Competition with borrowed rifles.  We were both hooked immediately.  On the way home from the match we went to a gun store and William and his brother spent their lawn mowing


Raising the next generation of safe, and responsible rifle shooters. Message from Dad [Michael Thomas]: The NRL22 is a great format to introduce young and new shooters. In 2016 Race shot in the OPPS Young Guns Challenge that was held in October near Camargo, OK. Here a parent/sponsor could spot and calculate ballistics, to assist children in 3 age groups, compete on steel targets out to 700+ yards. It was a huge success and Race was hooked from

NRL22 Match Director Perspective – Neel Burnett

Featured Image by 8541 Tactical Neel Burnett I have lived in Evansville, IN my entire life. Growing up and spending the day with my granddad while both of my parents worked was the best. We would shoot 22s in the backyard all day (don’t worry it was out in the country). My granddad was a Marine in WWII and was quite the rifleman. He began to teach me to shoot and maybe even a few bad habits I cannot break to

Jackson Spalding


Raising the next generation of safe, and responsible rifle shooters. Message from Dad [Jeff Spalding]: I come from a non-traditional childhood. My Father was deeply involved in the Late 70s through Early 90s Counter Terrorism efforts, and was also a single Parent after my Mother passed away when I was 3. When he wasn’t traveling to God knows where, doing God knows what in a faraway land, He and I would shoot, and shoot, and shoot some more. From the time I