Posted October 15, 2019 1:40 am by Comments

By Chris Eger

The CZ-USA Team included David Miller, Levi Henrichs, Makayla Scott, Jessica Strasser, and Weston Zolck. They used Aquila shells and CZ 1012 shotguns to break an amazing 14,176 clays in 12 hours. (Photo: CZ)
A team organized by CZ-USA this month managed to obliterate Guinness world record for clays shooting that has stood since 2005.
An official Guinness World Records attempt, the group aimed to break a previous Guinness record for the most sporting clays shot by a five-person team in 12 hours. That standing record, for 4,602 targets, was set by a team at UK’s Kent Gun Club in March 2005.
The new record– a staggering 14,176 clays–  was set at the Powder Creek Shooting Park in Lenexa, Kansas, over the weekend.
This month’s five-member team– spearheaded by David Miller, CZ-USA’s shotgun manager, and pro-shooter– was composed of avid youth shotgunners who had previously participated in an A.I.M. or SCTP competitive shotgun shooting event. The members, chosen by CZ through an essay contest, were Levi Henrichs, Makayla Scott, Jessica Strasser, and Weston Zolck.

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14,167 clays in 12 hours! Congrats to our team of five on a new World Record


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