KC Eusebio Wins Sixth World Speed Shooting Championship

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Speed shooter KC Eusebio earns his sixth World Speed Shooting Championship title. (Photo: Traditions Media)

KC Eusebio follows up a record-setting 2019 US Steel Nationals match with another win at the Open Overall World Speed Shooting Championship, earning his sixth title.

Eusebio kicked his winning season off by setting a new record in the Carry Optics Division at the US Steel Nationals in April. In May, Eusebio headed to the Talladega Marksmanship Park to compete in the 2019 World Speed Shooting Championships. Eusebio took along his Zev KC OZ9, Limcat 2011 and Volquartsen Scorpion pistols, winning the match. This is Eusebio’s sixth win at the World Speed Shooting Championship.

Eusebio is no stranger to winning, boasting four Open World Speed Shooting titles and six Open National Speed Shooting titles in addition to being a two time US IPSC National Champion and three-time European Speed Shooting Champion. Eusebio currently shoots for Team Zev and was recently brought under the Howard Leight banner, with the hearing protection company sponsoring him in May.

“My 6th Open Division victory was very special, and being my first competition under the Howard Leight banner only made it better,” Eusebio said in a press release.

Eusebio continues to dominate in the speed shooting arena, with no signs of slowing down. His next competition takes him to the USPSA Area 7 Action Shooting Competition in New Hampshire June 21 through June 23.

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