At seventeen, Tim Yackley is one of the top junior shooters in the country. It all started on his fourth birthday when his parents bought him the classic Red Rider BB Gun. His days were spent shooting pop cans in his backyard. And no, he didn’t shoot his eye out, he always wore safety glasses.
This young lady reminds us of why we got into competitive shooting in the first place!
Rachel Martin worked tirelessly for two years to form a team at her very own Centreville High School
In reporting an error to match officials at the 2018 NRA Smallbore 3-P Championships, 15 year old M’Leah Lambdin epitomized genuine integrity and class. Character of this type should be praised and shared with other shooters
An excellent representative for her sport, 16-year-old Mackenzie Bragg is a champion Steel Challenge shooter—as well as a world record holder
Brad Schoenemann of Lodi, WI, left many footprints on the stage of Camp Perry’s Hough Theater after a stunning performance this summer.
For Charisma Owen, the opportunity to shoot the John C. Garand match the first time this summer was one she didn’t plan to miss.
Overland outshot 17 other lady shooters at the match to secure top honors. This annual USPSA summer event attracts top multi-gun shooters from across the country, and for her to take home the Overall Ladies title is quite impressive.