Five JP Enterprises shooters secured half of the top 10 positions at last week’s 2022 USPSA Pistol Caliber Carbine Nationals. The match was held October 19 at the Cameo Shooting Complex in Palisade, Colorado.
Max Leograndis captured the USPSA PCC national championship title for the third year in a row with a time of 239.87. The rest of JP’s top-10 team included Todd Jarrett in fourth place (and High Senior) with 249.74, Josh Froelich in fifth place with 251.64, along with Cory Klemashevich (272.14) and John McClain (273.94) taking the ninth and 10th place spots, respectively.
All five shooters were using a JP PCC platform, either the GMR-15 direct blowback, or in the case of Leograndis and others, the new roller-delayed JP-5 released by JP Enterprises last year.
According to competitor survey data, JP’s carbines and PCC components have been the most popular choice for USPSA shooters at Nationals for multiple years.
“Pistol Caliber Carbine has transformed the action shooting sports in the last half-decade and really transformed our company with its popularity,” the founder of JP Rifles, John Paul, said. “Like everything we make, we only want to build the best. I’m proud to shoot these rifles myself in competition, and it’s an honor to see how many phenomenal shooters out there feel the same way.”
See the full results of the match 2022 USPSA PCC Nationals at the Practiscore website. Find out more about JP Enterprises at jprifles.com.