U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- On October 12, 2019 CZ-USA's Shotgun Product Manager and Pro-shooter, David Miller, along with four junior shooters are going to attempt to set the new world record for most sporting clay targets shot in a 12-hour period by a five-person team.
The junior shooters selected for this historic attempt are:
- Levi Hendrichs, of Sibley, Iowa
- Makayla Scott, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
- Jessica Strasser, Waterford, Wisconsin
- Weston Zolck, Herman, Nebraska
Each team member was selected based on an essay they submitted to CZ-USA and their shooting score from a qualifying event at AIM or SCTP Nationals.
“I'm really proud to be working with these young people for our record book attempt,” said Miller, the current Guinness World Records title holder for the most sporting clay targets shot in one hour. “They are dedicated shooters with a great deal of energy and enthusiasm. With their amazing work ethic, I know we can set that new record!”
This is an Official Guinness World Records attempt. The current record for most sporting clays shot by a five-person team in 12 hours is 4,602 targets.
All team members will use the new CZ-USA 1012 shotgun, CZ-USA's next evolution in their semi-auto shotgun line featuring the 1012's gas-less operating system.
Open to the public; the record attempt will be held at the Powder Creek Shooting Park in Lenexa, Kansas, October 12, 2019, starting at 10:12 AM. For Powder Creek information and directions: https://www.powdercreek.com/.
For more details on this world record attempt, visit cz-usa.com/gwr2019.
“We hope to have a large crowd on hand to cheer on our young shooters,” Miler added. “Please come out and