Annual Marksmanship Competition

Held in Utah

Written by Shad West

Published 24 June, 2007

 

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Guardsman participate in the EIS (excellence in shooting) competition on the final day of the MAC Region VII Championships held at Camp Williams, Utah.

Photo by Shad West

Guardsman participate in the EIS (excellence in shooting) competition on the final day of the MAC Region VII Championships held at Camp Williams, Utah.

CAMP WILLIAMS, Utah The Utah National Guard hosted the annual Marksmanship Area Competition (MAC) Region VII Championships at Camp Williams, Utah June 22-24.

Competitions were held in pistol, light machine gun, rifle, and sniper categories. Army and Air Guard units from Arizona, Colorado, Guam and Utah competed for trophies, as well as state and national recognition.

Utah Airmen and Soldiers will have another opportunity to perfect their shooting when they travel to Guernsey, Wyo. to participate in the MAC VI Regional Competition Aug.18-19.

Top marksmen from Utah will then travel to Camp Robinson, Ark. for the Winston P. Wilson National Matches Oct. 7-12.

For the second year in a row, Arizona shooters took the overall shooter category with Utah Guardsmen rounding out the top five.

 

 

1.  OC                         David French                                       Ariz.  365

2.  Staff Sgt.                Mike Bauerlein                                    Ariz.  360

3.  Master Sgt.             Bryant Buttars                                    Utah  352

4.  Sergeant                 Parker Taylor,                                     Utah  342

5.  Chief Master Sgt.    Brent McNee,                                      Utah  327

 

For a complete list of results from the MAC VII tournament at Camp Williams click below.

Overall Shooter Scores

Machine Gun

Pistol 221

Pistol

Rifle 321

Rifle

Sniper

 

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