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USA Shooting Juniors Return Stateside With 21 World Championship Medals

U.S. shooters came home from the 2021 Junior World Championships in Lima, Peru, with 21 medals and four new world champions.

47 Team USA Athletes Competing At 2021 ISSF Junior World Championships

Olympic gold medalist Will Shaner and silver medalist Mary Tucker of the Kentucky Wildcats rifle team are among the 47 team members USA Shooting sent to compete in Lima, Peru.

Test of Mettle: NRA World Shooting Championship

With a focus on skill and safe gun handling, the WSC is a great way to test your skills as a competitive shooter. Plus, it’s relatively inexpensive to compete. Remember: adaptability to guns that aren’t tailored to you is a big advantage at this match.

United States Young Eagles Rifle Team

The Young Eagles participate in ICFRA (International Confederation of Fullbore Rifle Associations) world matches every four years fielding U25, U21 and U19 teams

Ashley Carroll Becomes First U.S. Shooter To Win Women’s World Trap Title Since 1999

Over the 4th of July weekend, Ashley Carroll ensured the Stars and Stripes would wave and the Star-Spangled Banner would echo from the range in Lonato, Italy, where she was crowned World Champion in Women’s Trap at the 2019 ISSF World Championships

World Long Range Championship: U.S. Under 21 Team Wins Bronze Medal

Congratulations to the U.S. Under 21 International Rifle Team for winning third place in New Zealand! The team faced windy conditions on an unfamiliar range on Jan. 28, 2019.

4 ISSF Gold Medals For Vincent Hancock

The only thing hotter than skeet shooter Vincent Hancock right now is his shotgun barrel. En route to Tokyo 2020, this year Vincent Hancock secured not only an Olympic quota for Team USA, he also won 4 ISSF Men’s Skeet gold medals--most impressive!

Kenda Lenseigne Wins CMSA Wrangler World Championship

The Bianchi Pro Tream member ended the season as the #1 ranked cowgirl in the world after winning a 4th CMSA World Championship in Texas. Lenseigne had the highest score out of 339 total competitors

ISSF World Championship: Vincent Hancock Wins Record 4th Men’s Skeet Title

Dropping only one target the entire match, two-time Olympic gold medalist Vincent Hancock ended the ISSF tournament in Korea with a gold medal and a U.S. Olympic quota slot. Vincent Hancock is now the first person to ever win four Men’s Skeet World Titles

Team USA & SCTP Teen Athlete Christman Shines At ISSF World Championships

Thanks to a chance encounter with Olympic gold medalist Vincent Hancock, Eli Christman is now poised for big things in international skeet competition “I was ecstatic,” Eli Christman said about the 2017 ISSF World Championships in Moscow. “I knew going into the tournament that was on the line—of course I wasn’t focusing on that, but I knew very well that that was the goal of the tournament. That was the goal of everyone there shooting.” “He always pushes me to do my best and to train as hard as I can,” said teammate Emma Williams. “He is one of the hardest working people that I’ve met, and that pushes me to work even harder so I can keep up with him.”

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