Brown Wins Big At 2021 U.S. Open Skeet Championship

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posted on July 19, 2021
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At the 2021 Kolar U.S. Open Skeet Championship, Team Federal shooter Stuart Brown’s score of 100x100 earned him the 12-gauge championship, along with an impressive 399x400 to win the High Overall (HOA) trophy. The match was held June 25–27 at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, Texas.

Says Brown:

“I have shot the U.S. Open for many years, at many different clubs, and shot really good scores but I never took the HOA and the 12-gauge event before, so this is a great personal accomplishment. My Federal ammunition performed great, and it is absolutely the best ammunition in the world! I greatly appreciate all the support from Team Federal and I’m looking forward to my next competition.”

Additional Federal Skeet Team shooters earned trophies at the match. In the Doubles event, Cameron Schuster took the first-place trophy with a perfect score, while Paul Giambrone and Rachel Barringer took the runner-up and third-place trophies, respectively, in the 28-gauge event.

Find out the latest from the National Skeet Shooting Association and the 2021 U.S. Open here. Learn more about Federal Premium ammunition and Team Federal at www.federalpremium.com.


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