Double barrel duo

Kleinheksel and Bartlett become nationally ranked in competitive shotgun shooting event

 

Photo courtesy of Tammy Bartlett

Josh Kleinheksel and Tammy Bartlett pose after "Colorado's Toughest 6-2-6" event in Kiowa Creek, Colo., composed of 6 courses in 2 days using 600 rounds.

When Josh Kleinheksel and Tammy Bartlett first became interested in shooting sporting clays, neither of them thought that they would become nationally ranked. Nor did they think that within four years they would make it to the top two classes under Master Class in the sport. Yet, they recently returned from the U.S. Open in Tucson, Ariz. where Bartlett came home with two Women's Championships: one in the 28 gauge and one in the .410 gauge division.

"That was the first major shoot we've ever been to and we did very well. There were over a thousand shooters and we ended up placing in several...



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