Michelle Chestnut shot a 291, the highest score of the 2011 FCSA World Championship match at the NRA’s Whittington Center in Raton, New Mexico, and also the second smallest aggregate of the match of 9.29, both in Unlimited.
Michelle shot scores and groups that, if she had been classified as an adult, she would have won the Unlimited Agg, Unlimited Score and the Two Gun Aggregate. Michelle was using the Ten X 795 grain match bore rider bullet and RWS primers and brass.
Father David Chestnut is also a top .50 Caliber competitor.
In March of 2013 at Shreveport, LA, Michelle won;
1st place Light Gun Score 263-3X
1st place Light Gun Group 12.30”
Using Ten X Bullet’s 795 grain bore rider, Michelle joined ”Team Ten X” to help them win the Team competition in the 2012 FCSA World Championship match at Raton, New Mexico.
In the 2013 World Championship match in Raton, Michelle took second in the Four Gun, ”Ironman” competition and won, for the third year in a row, the ”Iron Maiden” award, given to the highest scoring lady competitor shooting in all four FCSA classes.
At the 2014 FCSA World Championships in Raton, Michelle dominated once again, taking home a pile of trophies. Winning the Iron Maiden for the fourth year in a row, and helping to put Team Ten X over the top to win the Team Competition. She also shot a 6.875″ 50-3x Screamer!
1st Place Unlimited Score 282-4x
1st Place Iron Maiden, Top Woman Competitor
1st Place Team Competition
2nd Place Iron Man, Four Gun Competition
3rd Place Hunter Score 279-8x
4th Place Unlimited Group 12.240″
Way to go Michelle, Congratulations!