KC Eusebio Wins 2020 Double Tap Championship

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posted on August 23, 2020
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Pro shooter K.C. Eusebio finished first-place overall at the 2020 Double Tap Championship, held this past July at the Double Tap Ranch in Iowa Park, Texas. The match, which is USPSA sanctioned, drew more than 140 competitors from around the world. Eusebio's score included 96 percent of all possible points.

Incredibly, he was the top scorer for 10 out of the 11 total stages at the Double Tap Championship.

Eusebio noted that his Bushnell First Strike 2.0 reflex sight was useful for competing in Open division.

“Shooting a red dot optic changes the playing field in your favor. You’re faster, more accurate and more confident in your marksmanship,” said Eusebio. “The First Strike 2.0 has been my choice of optic for the past two years and I absolutely love it.”

Visit KC Eusebio's website at kceusebio.net.
Learn more about Bushnell at bushnell.com.


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