Doug Koenig captures his fifth prestigious European Bianchi Cup title

Like deep red, Doug Koenig keeps getting better as they age.
Koenig, 43, formerly of Alburtis and now of Hamburg, just won his 15th Bianchi Cup ' far more than any professional shooter in the world.
At the recent European Bianchi Cup handgun shooting tournament locked in Phillipsburg, Germany, Koenig shot a great score of 1920 and 182 center 'X' hits to win his fifth Euro Bianchi. That, after arriving late to Phillipsburg as a consequence of travel issues that forced him to shoot each event solo.
Aside from his custom 1911 pistol that's topped having a Leupold scope, Koenig used hand loaded 110 grain, JHP/XTP 38 Special Hornady ammo. Said Koenig in the Hornady announcement, 'I need the best, most accurate ammo and Hornady XTPs are tack drivers.'
The Euro Bianchi Cup was comprised of shooting Practical, Barricade, Falling Plates and Moving Target stages, each with 6 shots taken at various distances within strict 6-second time restriction.
The European Bianchi Cup is patterned following your legendary Bianchi Cup kept in the United States, that she won 15 times. In fact that win was televised this past Wednesday on the Outdoor Channel's Shooting USA program ' which may be viewed online.
But the European Bianchi isn't Koenig's only win this year. He won his 20th Open Division Masters International Shooting Championship held Aug. 8 at PASA Park in Barry, Illinois, where he shot enough bulls-eyes to garner 582 points to get a prefect 300 percent. As a comparison, the next place competitor finished 466 points.
'The Masters tests a shooters precision, long range and action handgunning skills,' according to Neal Emery, Hornady Communications Manager. And as for the Master's win, Koenig said, 'Nothing else tests your skills like the Masters. I've been competing in this match since 1988 and winning never gets easier.' It's certain Hornady ammo helped the reason.
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The free seminars are typical on today's hot topics. Starting at 10 a.m. on both days, Berks County Sheriff Eric Weaknecht will conduct a 'Carrying Concealed in Pennsylvania' seminar; at 11 a.m. both days, instructors gives 'Introduction to Personal Protection' classes; and at 1:00 p.m. both days 'A Woman's Guide to Shooting and Self Defense is going to be covered. Both deals are so good to pass up.
Bushnell, the popular optics and eyewear company, has created a partnership being acquired by ATK, an aerospace, defense company with 14,000 employees, such as their ATK Sporting Group.
Headquartered in Overland Park, KS, Bushnell was founded in 1948 by Dave Bushnell. The conglomerate also owns Bee Stinger, Butler Creek, Final Approach, Gold Tip, Hoppe's, Millett Night Optics, Primos, Simmons, Stoney Point, Tasco, Uncle Mike's, Uncle Mike's Law Enforcement, and Bolle, Cebe and Serengeti sunglass brands.
Bushnell may be belonging to MidOcean Partners, a private equity firm who must either have to have the money or got a package they couldn't won't unload this type of prestigious portfolio of outdoor companies.
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