Competitive Shooting

2011 ProAm Super Squad

While the meat of the ProAm is the amateur shooters that travel from across the country to shoot the match, everyone really wants to see the Pro squad shoot.

These are the best shooters in the business, and the opportunity to watch them do what they do best is on the same level as seeing Michael Jordan play when he was at his prime.

The difference is that you don’t have to pay to watch Dave Sevigny win back-to-back ProAm titles.

Dave won both the Limited and Open division, with my Top Shot buddy Blake Miguez taking fourth place in Limited.

Sig Sauer shooter Max Michel finished 2nd overall in Open, and you can see why from watching his blazing run on Stage 3.

Tomorrow we’ll take a look at my shooting (not as good as these guys) as well as video that compares an A-class shooter to a GM to see the differences!

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