Harlan Campbell Jr. Joins Team Winchester

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posted on January 21, 2021
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Team Winchester has announced the signing of 12-time Grand American World Trapshooting Champion Harlan Campbell Jr.

Campbell has a long list of accomplishments that span his legendary career. A 26-time ATA All-American, he has the honor of being captain of that team 13 times. Hailing from the great state of Kansas, Campbell was inducted into the Kansas Trapshooting Hall of Fame in 1999 and the Amateur Trapshooting Association Hall of Fame in 2012.

When Campbell isn’t trapshooting, he travels around the country hosting clinics and passing his knowledge on to the next generation of competitive shooters. Another passion is helping the top shooters get that extra edge they need.

Going forward, Campbell will be shooting Winchester's AA Target Load shotshells, beginning with the 2021 Spring Grand in Tucson, Ariz., this February. Campbell will be using AA Light Target Load shotshells in No. 8 shot (AA128) for singles and doubles, with AA Super-Handicap No. 7.5 (AAHA127) at the 27-yard line.

Winchester is proud to add the legendary competitive shooter to its clay shooting team. Says Matt Campbell, vice president of sales and marketing for Winchester Ammunition:

“The name Harlan Campbell Jr. is a name that is recognized and respected in the shooting sports world. We are thrilled to add someone of Harlan’s talents and passion for the sport.”

Learn more about Team Winchester at winchester.com.


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