The US Precision Rifle Association (USPRA) is the US representative to the International Precision Rifle Federation (IPRF). The primary mission of the USPRA is organizing and selecting a US team for representation at IPRF international events.
Who is the USPRA?
The International Precision Rifle Federation (IPRF) was created to establish an international organization and standards of precision rifle competition for regional and world championship events.
The US Precision Rifle Association (USPRA) is the affiliate organization of the IPRF for the United States. With the variety of successful shooting sports and events in the US, the primary mission of the USPRA is organizing and selecting a US team for representation at IPRF international events.
2023 IPRF 22LR World Championship
Gaglietole di Collazzone, Italy
August 28 – September 3, 2023
2023 USA 22LR Information and FAQ
2023 USA 22LR Team Application
The Road to a World Championship
With the large and talented pool of precision rifle shooters in the United States, an application and selection process has been established to determine who will be the official representatives at the 2023 IPRF 22LR World Championships.
- An interested shooter completes and submits their application. (DOWNLOAD HERE)
- After the application window closes on January 5, 2023, all shooter data is accumulated and ranked per division applied for.
- Shooter selection will occur, with applicants contacted about the short process and validation of application.
- With the team selected, further arrangements will be made with the team, the IPRF and host country for the trip to the IPRF World Championship match in Italy.
Read more about the selection process here.
If you have a desire to represent the United States at the IPRF World Championship, there will be several requirements to abide by.
Read more about team requirements here.
The IPRF World Championship will be organized under the unique rules of the IPRF. Follow the links below to read these.