Posted November 27, 2018 10:30 am by Comments

By AmmoLand Editor Duncan Johnson

At the 2018 New England Games, Charlie Petrotto swept the pistol events.
At the 2018 New England Games, Charlie Petrotto swept the pistol events.

JERICHO, Vt.-(Ammoland.com)- Hopefully PO1 Charlie Petrotto has a lot of free wall space. He’s going to need it.

At the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) New England Travel Games, held at the Camp Ethan Allen Training Base in Vermont in September, the 34-year-old took home a plaque as the overall winner of every single event during the pistol portion of competition – seven in total.

Competitors during the pistol events saw the skies open up to periodic rain showers, but, according to Petrotto, the biggest challenge wasn’t the precipitation so much as the darkness brought on from the clouds overhead.

Petrotto has made the prestigious President's Hundred the last four years.
Petrotto has made the prestigious President’s Hundred the last four years.

Talking of how he overcame the setback during his performance, he explained, “Obviously you need to be hard on your front sights and smooth on the trigger, and it was hard to do the first part, so it was hard to get on your sights and stay on your …Read the Rest

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