Taurus Team Takes High Overall at USPSA Championship

Team Taurus performed exceptionally well at the 2022 USPSA championships. IMG Taurus

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Taurus, manufacturer of premium handguns for defense, hunting, and sport shooting, wishes to congratulate the Taurus Shooting Team for an excellent performance at the recent 2022 USPSA Federal Ammunition Area 6 Championship. The event took place April 7-10 in Salisbury, NC, and was the first major competition of the year on the United States Practical Shooting Association roster.

Team member KC Eusebio had a tremendous showing at the event, taking first place in the Open division and capturing the High Overall spot.

“This was a great way to start the year off, winning Area 6,” said KC. “I’m so very proud of my teammates and their performances. I look forward to training and continuing to excel in our marksmanship throughout the year.”

Team Captain Jessie Harrison placed 5th overall in the Single Stack division, with an 80% finish.

“Going into this match,” said Jessie, “I had set a personal goal of top 5 and at least an 80% performance. To reach that goal was a personal win and one step up on the ladder for my goals this year. I’m most proud of the team as a whole and the success we won together, KC winning overall and Trent placing first in his class. I know the hard work we have put into this individually, but the support we give to one another is just as much a part of our success. This is going to be a great year for Taurus!”

Trent Eichler, the newest member of the Taurus team, placed first in B class and earned a 9th place overall in the Single Stack division.

“Shooting area 6 was an absolute blast,” said Trent. “With it being the first big match of the year, I had a little trouble remembering my stage plans but having KC and Jessie there helped me get through it and I’m really happy with my performance. It’s always nice to have the whole team together because we try to help each other as much as possible and I can’t wait for future matches!”

For more information, go to TaurusUSA.com.


About Taurus:

Taurus Holdings, Inc. (“Taurus”) and its subsidiaries continue to evolve and produce revolutionary new products. In addition, new standards for quality and efficiency help deliver reliable and affordable guns to the market. Taurus is based in Bainbridge, Georgia. Taurus is owned by Taurus Armas, S.A. which is a publicly-traded company based in Brazil. Taurus Armas S.A. manufactures a wide variety of consumer and industrial products that are distributed worldwide.

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musicman44mag

LOL, I would like to see any of these shooters take a stock taurus off the shelf and do the same thing. Not happening. They had to have been reworked and customized because I know firsthand how in accurate their Millenium Pro 40 and 45’s are. They also have the worst magazines I have ever had an experience with. I would not and do not trust my life with the 45 and the 40 is iffy. I have three different types of Springfield and one style of Sig Saur which both had the same problem P938 and all of them… Read more »

barnjoer

I own 4 Taurus from 9mm to 40 & 45, never A problem with any of them. They are as accurate as the person shooting them! As for the most accurate out of the box hand gun my vote goes with Sig and Springfield! I reload 9 different pistol and 14 different rifle calibers. The ammo you fire through your gun has A lot to do with its accuracy.
Just from my 50+ years of shooting hand guns to long range rifle shooting.

musicman44mag

Hi there. 40 years of reloading here. Love Hornady and Seirra with CCI and Dupont and Hodgdon. Load 5 pistol and 6 rifle. Lots of FTF from the 45 because of the mags and went to the shop 3 times to try and solve the issue of mags falling out. The 40 jams once in a while. Over 1,000 rounds each through two XDM s 40 that replaced the taurus and never a problem, not one. I was trained with a Colt 357 at age 13 and later a 1911 at age 18 and I know quality and how to… Read more »

Wild Bill

I am pretty new to reloading. Do you mind if I ask you a few questions from time to time?

musicman44mag

Not at all. I don’t have all the answers but if you have read a couple, I say couple reloading manuals for a reason, I will gladly help if I can and would be quite honored to do so. I am sure there are others on here that would be willing to jump in and increase our knowledge about reloading too. I have had a lot of help and advice about long range shooting that cleared up some questions I had.

Wild Bill

Can I use .45 lead bullets intended for .45 ACP in my .45 Long Colt brass cases?
Is there a way to reload with lead shot instead of a solid round for my .45 LC?

musicman44mag

I don’t know why or who gave you a down vote, makes no sense. It depends on the 45 ACP I imagine. For that I refer you to your manual which should say what is recommended for your pistol and I would follow that because you know not all guns are the same. You can shoot a wooden plug down the barrel but that doesn’t make it right for your gun. Long colt cowboy loads are nothing but lead. If you look and compare the pages of the two you should be able to see if the bullets are duplicated.… Read more »