Mike Rogan Wins Production Trophy At Parma PRS Qualifier

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posted on June 3, 2021
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With a final score of 121, Team Federal PRS shooter Mike Rogan won High Production at the 2021 Parma Precision Rifle Rumble Qualifier, also earning 100 points towards the 2021 PRS National Pro-Series race. Held May 15 at the Parma Rod and Gun Club in Parma, Id., this two-day PRS qualifier was attended by 60 of the best precision rifle shooters in the country.

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Mike Rogan wins Production division at 2021 Parma PRS Rumble Qualifier.

Rogan, the lead instructor at K&M Precision Rifle Training in Tennessee, was running Federal Gold Medal 6 mm Creedmoor ammunition loaded with 105-grain Berger Hybrid bullets for the match. This ammunition uses Gold Medal primers, Federal’s best brass and the aforementioned Berger Hybrid bullet. The company says, “The cartridges are loaded to exacting specifications with specially blended propellants to create the pinnacle of factory precision rifle ammunition.”

In the overall Parma PRS Rumble Qualifier standings, Rogan's score of 121 placed him squarely in the middle of the 60-shooter field.

All of the shooters at this year's Parma PRS Rumble Qualifier faced high winds and difficult conditions. Rogan provided commentary about how his Federal ammunition aided him at the match.

“I cannot convey the peace of mind it brought me knowing that my ammo is not only going to perform up to my expectations, but exceed them. We had some stiff winds that made for a difficult shooting environment, but never once did I have a doubt about what my bullets were going to do after they left the muzzle. Whatever Federal is doing to keep this ammo accurate and consistent; I hope they keep it up.”

Learn more about Federal here. And for the latest on the Precision Rifle Series, go to precisionrifleseries.com.


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