Dustin Flint Wins 2022 Missouri Silhouette Regional Championship

Team Berger’s Dustin Flint topped both the Standard and Hunter Rifle leaderboards at the competition

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posted on June 21, 2022
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Team Berger’s Dustin Flint earned a 186x240 aggregate score at the 2022 Missouri High Power Silhouette Regional Championship, garnering him the championship title. This Silhouette Regional Championship, hosted by the Benchrest Rifle Club of St. Louis, was held June 11-12 in Wright City, Missouri.

Winning both the Standard and Hunter Rifle divisions, Flint scored 86x120 in the former and 100x120 in the latter.

In Silhouette High Power Rifle competition, chickens are at 200 meters, pigs at 300 meters, turkeys at 385 meters and rams at 500 meters.

Flint said the Missouri High Power Silhouette Regional Championship is “always a highlight of the shooting season with great competition and outstanding effort by the match staff.” Extremely pleased with his match outcome, he also credits his bullets for aiding in the victory. “I am also more and more impressed with the Berger bullets shot this weekend,” Flint explained. “I’ve been shooting Berger [bullets] for years and I’m convinced they’re the best in the world. These bullets are incredible and provide a competitive advantage in every match I shoot.”

Next up for Flint will be the 2022 Silhouette Rifle Nationals in August at the Ridgway Rifle Club in Ridgway, Pennsylvania. Learn more about Berger Bullets here.

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