Team Bushnell’s Mark Cooper Finishes Strong At PRS Pro-Series Finale

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posted on December 28, 2020
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Team Bushnell’s Mark Cooper delivered a strong performance at the 2020 PRS Pro-Series Finale, winning the Tactical division championship with a final score of 151. In addition, Team Bushnell pro shooter Robert Brantley finished 13th in the overall standings with a score of 167. The match was held Dec. 12-13 at Fouled Bore Precision in Ninnekah, Okla. 

Both Brantley and Cooper were equipped with Bushnell Elite Tactical XRS II 4.5-30×50 mm riflescopes, battling wintery conditions over the two-day match. Cooper’s finish also secured his placement as the Tactical Division champion for the 2020 PRS season.

Another high mark for Team Bushnell at the Finale included George Gardner’s second-place finish in the Gas Gun division. Brantley, Cooper and Gardner, along with fellow team members Jeff Badley, Melissa Gilliland, Troy Livesay and Charles Roberts relied on their Elite Tactical riflescopes to compete at the crowning event of the 2020 PRS season.

An invitation-only match, the PRS Pro-Series Finale is reserved for the nation’s most elite precision rifle shooters. Out of the top 25, Bushnell team members claimed two positions, with Brantley and Livesay finishing 13th and 24th, respectively, against a talented field of shooters consisting of over 200 competitors.

Learn more about the Precision Rifle Series here. And visit Bushnell.com for additional information on the Elite Tactical riflescope line.


Read more: Shooters Using Hornady A-Tip Bullets Top PRS Season Finale Leaderboard

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