THE BIANCI CUP - The World Series of Action Shooting
The 2011 MidwayUSA/NRA Bianchi Cup will award the World Famous Silver Bianchi Cup as well as Division Champion Trophy Cups to the Metallic and Production Division.
This event draws shooters from all over the world. In 2010, international competitors haled from Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United States.
A newcomer's orientation will be held at the Competitor's meeting. Former & current Champions as well as the Match Staff will be in attendance to help new shooters in their first attempt at the MidwayUSA/NRA Bianchi Cup.
Class awards are awarded to various categories to include high law enforcement, high woman, high junior, high international, high newcomer, high senior, high grand senior, high service, high semi-auto, high revolver, and Aggregate.
We re-instituted a few measures to lower entry fee cost. One was to "bring a buddy". If a competitor were to bring a friend who had never competed at the MidwayUSA/NRA Bianchi Cup, both competitors would have a reduced entry fee. We also offer reduced fees Juniors, Production Firearms, Active Duty Military and those that register early.
The MidwayUSA/NRA Bianchi Cup is a combination of Speed and Accuracy. Shooting at stationary and moving targets. It all starts with an Interest and the Adventure to try this shooting sport.
The Bianchi Cup is the NRA National Action Pistol Championship, a major Action Pistol tournament held over three days in late May, in Columbia, Missouri at the Green Valley Rifle & Pistol Club. It has the largest purse of any tournament on the action pistol calendar and is the premier action pistol championship tournament in the world. The Bianchi Cup is the only major shooting tournament that has retained its original course of fire since its inception.
It is one of the most prestigious events in shooting,with the best shooters in the world in competition each May in Missouri.Due to the high accuracy required in each stage,the tournament is widely considered one of the most difficult championships in all of the shooting sports.