Jerry Miculek set two NRA World Records for 9 mm handgun and revolver shooting at the grand opening of Smith & Wesson’s new Tennessee headquarters in October.
On Friday, October 6, pro shooter Jerry Miculek set the NRA World Record for hitting six steel plates from the draw with a 9 mm revolver at seven yards after a red-hot 1.88-second run.
Jerry Miculek sets two NRA World Records for the fastest time to hit six plates from a draw with a 9 mm handgun (2.01 seconds) and a 9 mm revolver (1.88 seconds).
Team USA's Sophia Bultema walked away from the 2022 Chateauroux Para Sport World Cup as junior world record holder in the PT3-Mixed Trap Standing event
At the 2020 World Speed Shooting Championship, Eusebio set multiple world records.
The Team JP shooter also claimed multiple Steel Challenge titles.
David Miller and his band of Intrepids set a new World Record earlier this month. The four young shooters who helped Miller set this record are the newest rock stars in the competitive shotgun world.
Ray Gross posted the high score using a 33XC rifle developed by Paul Phillips; David Tubb wins ELR Heavy class using TUBBGUN chambered in 37XC.
It's official, David Miller and his handpicked team of five shooters set a new Guinness World Record—breaking 14,176 sporting clay targets over 12 hours on Saturday, October 12.
Using a (mostly) factory Savage rifle, Wise went three for three from a cold bore at 2,158 yards. His record-setting load included Lapua brass and Berger 300-grain hybrid bullets.