Ready, aim, fire! NRA Country and the Academy of Country Music are revisiting a fruitful past partnership. The entities announced the Second Annual NRA Country/ACM Celebrity Shoot, which will be hosted by ACM Entertainer of the Year nominee Blake Shelton. The event will take place on Saturday, March 31, as part of 'The Week Vegas Goes Country,' which is the seven days leading up to the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, which air on April 1 on CBS.

It’ll be a busy week for the always entertaining Shelton, who is also co-hosting the ACMs with Reba McEntire for the second year in a row. If it ain’t broke…

So what exactly is the NRA Country/ACM Celebrity Shoot? The event, presented by SoundGear by LaPierre, is a two course, 10-station, 40-target sporting clays competition for 20 teams of five shooters, including a celebrity captain. The top team and top celebrity shooter will win prizes. The event will be emceed by Storme Warren, host of GAC’s 'Headline Country.' It will take place at the Desert Hills Shooting Club.

Participants include Lee Brice, Craig Campbell, Craig Morgan, Jake Owen and more.

The shoot is a charity event supporting multiple initiatives, including the Wounded Warrior Project, The Folds of Honor Foundation and the Nellis Air Force Base Youth Programs.