Episode #27 – National Champions

Zach Kienbaum and Desirae Edmunds both won the 2018 NSCA National Championship.  This is Zach’s first National Championship won in over 20 years of trying and this is Desirae’s second title in the lady’s division. 

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Episode #26 – Will Fennell

Will was raised in a hunting/shooting family. He had a rifle or shotgun in his hands as a constant companion starting at age 5. His father joked that it cost him more dollars in ammunition

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Episode #25 – Bill McGuire

Bill was born in Richmond, Indiana to a working-class family; his father worked in the Easton Gear Factory and was a church minister. His mother worked at the Richmond Baking Company and raised Bill, his

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Tom Seay: Gamebore Pro Shot

Gamebore announces Tom Seay as a Gamebore Pro Shot. USA Junior shot Tom Seay already has an impressive collection of major wins under his belt, including multiple National Junior Championship titles. Tom has represented Team

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Episode #24 – Rick Hemingway

Rick Hemingway is a brand name to “Sporting Clays” on the East Coast. Rick has been the owner and operator of Back Woods Quail Club since 1990 and also owns and runs The Meadows National

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Episode #21 – Clint Hinton

I was born and raised in Dacula, Georgia, where I currently live. I attended Bethel University in McKenzie, TN on a shooting scholarship. I am an avid outdoorsman and enjoy hunting; most especially bird hunting.

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Episode #20 – Wendell Cherry

Wendell was a professional musician from the time of his high school graduation until April 29, 2002, playing in such notable venues as the Grand Ole Opry and the famous Ryman Auditorium. He started shooting

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Episode #19 – Zachary Kienbaum

Zach started shooting sporting clays competitively in California with his Dad in 1990. He was a registered USSCA shooter before its demise and NSCA’s emergence as the only game in town. He grew up shooting

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Episode #17 – Brad Kidd Jr

Brad grew up in Washington, NC. He was 9 years old when his father took him and his younger brother to Hunters Pointe to shoot their first round of sporting clays. That is where they

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