Shooting USA’s Scott McGregor Produces a Multi-Gun Win for Show Sponsors

Winning coverage for S&W, Colt and Hornady,

Scott McGregor
Scott McGregor
Shooting USA
Shooting USA

Franklin, TN., –-(Ammoland.com)-  Shooting USA team member Scott McGregor traveled to Bend, OR to compete among 200 competitors in the Colt and Colt Competition Northwest Multi-Gun Challenge July 12, 2014.

Scott won the Heavy Tactical Division, which requires competitors to shoot a minimum .308 caliber rifle, .40 caliber pistol and 12 gauge shotgun.

Jim Scoutten, Executive producer at Tier One Media said “Scott spends his weekdays connecting Television sponsors with our shooting sports audience, and then proves he knows what he’s talking about, by shooting and winning on the weekends.” Scoutten added, “Scott is having a great time turning up the heat on the ranges this season, showcasing our sponsors’ products. We congratulate Scott on his latest win.”

Shooting his S&W M&P 40 Pro pistol, McGregor used Hornady 180 grain XTP bullets and in his Colt Competition CR-Pro Heavy Rifle chambered in .308. McGregor used Hornady 155 grain .308 Steel Match.

When Scott’s not on the range competing and burning downs stages, he’s traveling the country as National Sales Manager representing Shooting USA Television Properties, produced by Tier One Media. Scott is highly successful in positioning sponsors’ products for promotion to the largest firearms and shooting enthusiast audience available to manufacturers.

Shooting USA is the longest running Television series, reporting the stories of the Firearms Industry and the Shooting Sports. The series has been in continuous production for 21 years and now appears Wednesdays on Outdoor Channel, available in more than 40 Million US Homes, with foreign distribution in Canada and a number of European Countries.

See more at: www.shootingusa.com.

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