Shooting Sports USA | Derrick Mein Smokes Competition At Caribbean Cup

Team Federal Derrick Mein dominates the 2021 Caribbean Cup, which will take place from February 3rd to 8th at the Vero Beach Clay Shooting Sports Complex in Vero Beach, Florida. Not only did mine triumph over 106 shooters to win the Caribbean Cup championship directly, he was also runner-up in FITASC, supersport champion, 20-28-410 champion, ironman champion and, last but not least, the Federal Challenge Championship.

In particular, Mein broke 192 tons out of 200 to win the Caribbean Cup and 96 tons out of 100 to win the Federal Challenge Championship.

Mine shoots Federal Premium Gold Medal Paper charges for its 12-gauge events and Top Gun Sporting 20-gauge, 28-gauge, and .410 charges for the sub-gauge-specific competitions. In terms of the sub-gauge events, Mine was equally impressive: it broke 92 percent of the goals with which it was challenged.

Given his outstanding performance, Mein was pleased with the outcome of the game. He quickly praised his federal ammunition as an aid to victory.

“I played very well. I was helped by the tough breaks that came from the federal ammunition I used in 12, 20, 28 and .410 ads over the weekend, “Mein said.

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