Fil-Am KC Eusebio sets new world records for Speed Shooting in Alabama

KC Eusebio is a seven-time World Speed Shooting Champion and Army Veteran. Photo from KC Eusebio’s Instagram.

Eusebio became the first competitor to shoot under 60 seconds with a rimfire pistol, according to the Shooting Sports USA report.

“Along with the overall win, I also won in carry optics and .22 Rimfire. I set multiple world records this past weekend and I’m the first and only person to shoot under 60 seconds with a pistol,” Eusebio wrote in an Instagram post.

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The shooting champion took his seventh Open Title, as well as the first place in the .22 Rimfire Pistol division in the World Speed Shooting event hosted by the United States Practical Shooting Association and Steel Challenge Shooting Association from September 23 to 27, 2020.

“I’m happy to report multiple victories. I was able to secure the very coveted Open Title, which only 3 individuals have won in the modern era of speed shooting,” he added.

KC Eusebio has already won numerous world and national shooting championships. He is also the co-founder of META Group International, a firearms training company.

Filipino athletes are still scoring wins from global competitions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Filipino karate champion James De Los Santos grabbed the World No. 1 eKata rank after scoring his 15th gold medal in online tournaments while Ormoc City’s Princess Honey Arbilon bagged the bronze medal at the World Pentathlon Laser Shooting virtual competition.

SEND CONGRATULATIONS in the comments below to Fil-Am KC Eusebio for setting multiple new world records for Speed Shooting in Alabama.

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