June 2013 Championships

July 17, 2013

Team Hornady® Ignites June with Multiple Wins


Team Hornady® celebrated several June championship wins, proving that their choice of ammo delivers accurate and dependable results, whether shooting on the move, on the line, or at targets of various distances.

Shooting Hornady® 147 grain FMJ bullets in his 9mm pistol and Hornady® 223 Rem 75 grain match in his rifle, Jerry Miculek (photo by Yamil R. Sued - shown left) won the Open Division at the Task Dagger 3-Gun Championship, in Blakely, Georgia on June 14, 2013.

Keith Garcia

Keith Garcia (photo by Yamil R. Sued)

Michael Voigt

Michael Voigt (photo by Yamil R. Sued)

Adam Popplewell

Adam Popplewell (photo by Yamil R. Sued)

Tate Moots

Tate Moots (photo by Yamil R. Sued)

Max Michel

Max Michel

Bobby McGee

Bobby McGee

Keith Garcia took second place at the 3-Gun Nation Pro Series held in Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 22, 2013, shooting Hornady® 115 grain Critical Defense® in his 9mm pistol and Hornady® 223 Rem 53 grain Superformance® ammo in his rifle. "Hornady gives me peace of mind because it works flawlessly 100% of the time," said Garcia. Michael Voigt and Adam Popplewell finished in the top 10 spot.

Tate Moots celebrated a repeat winning performance on June 30, 2013 at the He-Man 3-Gun National Championships in Raton, New Mexico. Winning the He-Man Super Division, Moots shot Hornady® 155 grain TAP® in his rifle. “Tap ammo is always consistent,” said Moots. “It has great velocity and its versatility for both up close targets and out to 500 yards is bar none.”

Competing in his first West Coast Steel Championship in Piru, California, Max Michel finished second overall in the Open Division, and won first place overall in the Rimfire Division on June 24, 2013. Michel shot Hornady® 115 grain XTP® bullets. “The increased velocity and accuracy of this bullet was a great choice for the types of targets presented today,” he said.

Hornady® IDPA shooter, Bobby McGee competed at the Carolina Cup in Oxford, North Carolina on June 15, 2013. Finishing sixth overall among 350 competitors in the Enhanced Service Pistol Master Division, McGee shot Hornady® 147 grain FMJ RN bullets. McGee said, “The accuracy of Hornady bullets permits me to focus on the match and not on my equipment.”

McGee also won the ESP Division at the 2013 IDPA Central California Regional Championship, June 30, 2013, in Winton, California. “Hornady 147 grain FMJ RN bullets are my go-to ammo for my 9mm pistol,” said McGee. “They’re simply the best!”