World-renowned sharpshooter, Jerry Miculek, has secured top honors at the 2015 Trijicon Shooting Challenge, awarding him the $50,000 grand prize and continued distinction as one of the industry’s most dominant shooters. Lena Miculek secured the High Lady Champion position, while Tim Yackley earned High Junior Champion and finished eleventh overall.
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This past weekend, 180 professional and amateur competitive shooters from around the world traveled to the Rockcastle Shooting Center to compete in the industry’s most challenging and unconventional shooting competition. This grueling event featured three days of dynamic shooting in evenly weighted disciplines, ranging from pistol, rifle, shotgun and combined arm segments. All optics, firearms and ammunition were provided for the competitors, thus leveling the playing field like never before.
“The 2015 Trijicon Shooting Challenge was a resounding success,” said John Rupp, Vice President of Business Development, Trijicon. “Matches were designed to challenge the world’s best shooters, while highlighting the versatility and performance advantages of Trijicon optics. With the help of the entire event staff, industry sponsors and participants, this was truly one of the unforgettable shooting competitions of 2015.”
With multiple top five finishes in the final six stages of competition, Miculek’s experience and title as one of the world’s best shooters was on full display en route to his championship. Todd Jarrett, champion of multiple world and national shooting titles, and dynamic 3-gun shooter, Greg Jordan finished second and third respectively. Tony Holmes (4th), BJ Norris (5th), Bruce Piatt (6th), Nick Atkinson (7th), Jeffrey Cramblit (8th), Ryan Muller (9th) and Andrew McCallister (10th) rounded out the top 10.
Please find the official results of the 2015 Trijicon Shooting Challenge at the following link: http://bit.ly/1Rxc8Bl