Remington Ammunition is celebrating trapshooter Wyatt DeBrie’s exceptional achievements over the course of this year’s season. Boasting an impressive record of shooting more than 20,000 registered targets, he has proven himself as a force to be reckoned with in the world of competitive shooting.
Throughout the season, DeBrie, a native of Nebraska, showcased his remarkable skills by participating in more than 12 different competitions spanning 10 states. His dedication and talent led him to multiple victories, solidifying his position as one of the top trapshooters around.
Among his many accomplishments in 2023, DeBrie broke 200 clays in seven singles championship events. Plus, he triumphed in the Arizona State Shoot winning HAA, while also claiming the Championship Singles Event win. Additionally, DeBrie secured the Sub Junior HOA title at nearly every competition he entered this year.
DeBrie’s shooting skills were on full display when he won the Sub Junior 2600 HOA at the 2023 Grand American World Trapshooting Tournament in Sparta, Ill., in August. The Western Grand in Vernal, Utah, also saw DeBrie win big, earning second HOA over the entire field.
“We congratulate Wyatt on another solid season shooting for Big Green,” Team Remington Manager Mike Hampton, Sr., said. “DeBrie's outstanding performance reflects the dedication and skill that Team Remington embodies.”
Team Remington shooters compete in trap, skeet and sporting clays competitions and use Remington Premier STS Target Loads.
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