Country Music Meets The NRA At Clay Competition
April 5, 2011 at 6:59 AM (PT)
NRA COUNTRY and THE ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC held the first-ever NRA COUNTRY/ACM CELEBRITY SHOOT on SATURDAY, APRIL 2nd, as part of the “The Week VEGAS Goes Country,” prior to the 46th Annual ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS. REPRISE/NASHVILLE artist BLAKE SHELTON hosted the celebrity shoot.
The NRA COUNTRY/ACM CELEBRITY SHOOT is a 13-station, 50-target sporting clays competition for 20-26 teams of five shooters, including a celebrity captain, with prizes going to the top three teams. The event was held at NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, and participants included JAKE OWEN, BRETT ELDREDGE, JUSTIN MOORE, CRAIG MORGAN, JOSH THOMPSON, LUKE BRYAN, CRAIG CAMPBELL and many more.
Winners included RASCAL FLATTS’ frontman GARY LeVOX and his CPRIME team in first place, BLAKE SHELTON’s STARSTRUCK team took second place and DAVE BUTZ and the WASHINGTON REDSKINS team took third.
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