Record Scores

Outdoor Records

Heavy Varmint

750-39X Dick Strever – 2016
Verified USA Record
749-45X Mike Niksch – 2014
749-40X Dick Strever – 2016
Verified USA Record

Light Varmint

750-37X Mike Niksch – 2014
748-38X Mike Niksch – 2014
746-40X Ben Endreson – 2014

USA Open

750-31X Paul Bendix – 2014
First 750 Outdoors
749-51X Joe Friedrich – 2013
748-55X Joe Friedrich – 2013
720-30X* Bob Zimmerman – 2016
Verified USA Record
701-18X* Bob Zimmerman – 2017
Verified USA Record
695-16X* Dave Litt – 2016
Verified USA Record

USA Unlimited

747-39X Bob Zimmerman – 2016
Verified USA Record
747-23X Dick Strever – 2016
Verified USA Record
745-26X Bob Zimmerman – 2017
Verified USA Record
719-19X* Bob Zimmerman – 2016
Verified USA Record
712-18X* John Hall – 2016
Verified USA Record

Indoor Records

Heavy Varmint

750-69X Paul Bendix – 2014
Verified USA Record
750-59X Paul Bendix – 2014
750-57X Mike Niksch – 2014

Light Varmint

750-55X Ron Silveira – 2017
Verified USA Record
750-54X Mike Niksch – 2015
Verified USA Record
750-53X Dan Brown – 2013

USA Open

750-58X Mike Niksch – 2015
Verified USA Record
750-52X Dan Brown – 2013
750-40X Dave Shattuck – 2016
Verified USA Record

USA Spring Piston

731-20X Gary Palmer – 2015
Verified USA Record

* Scores shot at 50 yards.


Procedure for USA Record Score Verification:

  • Only sanctioned targets distributed by USARB shall be eligible for verification.
  • Three targets comprising the aggregate score, or any single target of 250-25x, shall each be signed and dated on the backside by the officiating Match Director and the Shooter who posted the scores pursuant to a sanctioned competition.
  • Board of Directors will designate a Board member to perform subsequent review of score. This assignment should be delegated to a Board member in a region outside of the venue target was shot to avoid the appearance of bias.
  • Target(s) shall be packaged in protective full-size hard paper envelope or full-length cardboard tube, and mailed to the designated Board member for review. Proof of mailing shall be retained by Match Director in the advent of lost mailing. If targets are lost and proof of mailing is obtained by Board, their scores will stand.
  • Board member shall enlist the help of two other experienced target scorers in their locale to help assess close and questionable calls. Minimal and judicious re-plugging of target will be permitted. No scoring notation will be added to the target; notation will instead be on a separate sheet for final consultation.
  • Final determination of a record score shall be based on the assessment of the reviewing Board member. The Board member will be responsible for informing the Match Director of the final determination, and directing USARB webmaster of any new record to be posted. Match Director will be responsible for informing shooter of the final determination.