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Plaintiffs filed the civil suit because BATFE did not respond to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request within the legal time limit.
Returning to the hot and dry desert of Las Vegas, Nevada, Team Hornady Shooter, Max Michel, won the 2009 U.S. Practical Shooting Association National Championship for his fifth time with a winning score of 1,409 points. Attacking 16 aggressively designed stages that required fast and accurate shooting, Max relied on Hornady’s 124 grain XTP™ bullets hand loaded for his custom 38 Super fora winning result.
When the scores were tallied, Max commented that he’s been using Hornady products for over 10 years because “it’s the most accurate round on themarket today. Competitive shooting is my full time job that I train so hard for; I can’t afford to have any mishaps and for me Hornady is there eachand every time.”
“Having the support of my family going into this match was important, but having Hornady as one of my sponsors providing me with quality productsallows me to perform correctly and I’m able to focus entirely on the match itself.”
The XTP bullet’s profile is designed to deliver flawless function in a variety of handgun platforms, and the jacket extends forward so there’s nochance of bullet deformation on the feed ramp. The XTP is purpose-built for semi-auto handguns and its hollow point design shifts the center ofgravityrearward to provide the most stable flight possible; which translates to exceptional accuracy on the range.
JUNIOR CIVILIAN TEAM MAKES HISTORY AT 2009 NATIONAL TROPHY MATCHES WITH HORNADY® MATCH BULLETS
California GrizzliesThe California Grizzlies, a civilian junior rifle team shot Hornady 223 Rem 75 gr BTHP match bullets to make history by taking the 2009 National Trophy Infantry Team Match (NTIT), August 4th at Camp Perry, Ohio. The Grizzlies are the first-ever junior team to win the event, and the first time a civilian team beat out a military team in 79 years.
Congratulations to the outstanding young shooters who make up the California Grizzlies and their monumental achievement, Hornady is proud to have played a part in helping them make history.
EAM HORNADY SCORES PERSONAL BEST
Team Hornady shooters who participated in the 2009 National Trophy Team Match, shot Hornady 30-06 M1 Garand Match Ammunition to post a team high score. Team Hornady is comprised of Mike Sapporito (Team Captain), Mike Ginger (Coach), Dennis DeMille, Ken Davis, Bob Schanen, R. Lee Ermey (aka “The Gunny”), Jerry Van Treek, and Charlie Topp.
Camp Perry 2009Back row (L to R): Mike Sapporito, Ken Davis, Charlie Topp, Mike Gingher, Guy Fillinger, R. Lee Ermey (aka “The Gunny”), Dennis DeMille. Front row (L to R): Billy Van Treek, Neil Davies, Jerry Van Treek, Bob Schanen, Dave Zaffke, Frank Evika
HORNADY CLINICS AND PRODUCTS RECEIVE OVERWHELMING RESPONSE
The Hornady-sponsored reloading clinics held at Camp Perry were standing room only. Taught by Hornady Chief Ballistic Scientist, Dave Emary, the clinics featured basic and advanced reloading safety and techniques for service and match rifles, as well as in-depth discussion on reloading for M1 Garands and as-issued military rifles.