Bushnell issued a congratulations today to one of its best practical shooters. KC Eusebio won his 10th World Speed Shooting Championship, running a Bushnell RXM-300 reflex sight on his way to the title. Eusebio becomes the first competitor to 10 Overall World Speed Shooting titles.
KC Eusebio Wins 10th Speed Shooting Title
Eusebio came into the prestigious World Speed Shooting Championship as one of the favorites. He earned his first national championship of the season the recent U.S. Steel Nationals. Now he takes first place in both the Open Division and Overall categories.
“My 10th World Speed Shooting title feels like such an accomplishment,” Eusebio said. “I’m very proud and humbled because no one in the history of the sport has accomplished this. I wouldn’t be able to do it without the support of my Bushnell family!”
The Bushnell RXM-300 delivers a versatile lens and 4 MOA red dot for fast target acquisition. Clearly, to win this title, you’ve got to go fast, which makes this red dot a great option for civilian shooters for recreation or sport. It even brings hunting and defensive applications when mounted to the right type of firearms.
The RXM-300 utilizes a clear, point source LED 4-MOA dot with 12 different brightness settings. These variables enable use and visibility ranges from night vision to bright daylight. The red dot also features user-selectable, auto-ambient intensity, shake-awake with optional disable and button lockout. Fully loaded, the RXM-300 delivers up to 35,000 hours of battery life on mid-settings, or up to four years of use.
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Think what you may about speed shooting or certain types of competitions out there. But to win 10 titles, there’s no denying the competitive drive and skill. We love it when then the pros accomplish these feats with affordable, attainable gear. The RXM-300 retails for all of $299. So this one isn’t unobtainium by any means. Bushnell optics remain affordable. Now that just leaves the excuses to our actual shooting skills.