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by on September 6, 2021


The Cumberland Kid

Where do you live? (what state or country)

Northwest Ohio

When did you start shooting CAS and how did you or who got you into the sport?

I started shooting in 2016 after watching my first match with my Dad.

Who was your mentor, either known to them or not?

There are so many people that have helped me in one way or another. I would have to say my most influential mentor is Gray Hare. He’s loaded ammo for me, let me borrow guns, given me a gun cart, let me stay at his house, and given me tips for shooting.

How much do you practice, how many rounds a month do you send down range?

I don’t do any form of live fire practice on a regular basis. I mainly do dry fire practice (when I can find the time)

Have you won any state, regional, national or world championships?

2021 Ohio State Men’s Overall Champion 2019 Northeast Regional Men’s Champion 2020 Northeast Regional Men’s Overall Champion 2021 End of Trail 4th Overall

Tell us about your most memorable match:

End of Trail 2021. The match was the largest I’ve attended and was well put together. This match allowed me to prove to myself my hard work had paid off.

What is your favorite aspect of CAS?

The shooting. There is nothing better then burning down a stage with cowboy guns.

Is there a story behind your alias, and what is that story?

My family’s farm is located along Route 40. In the 1800’s Route 40 was called “The Cumberland Trail”

Do you have a travel/shootin buddy? (you know that friend that makes this game what it is)

Gray Hare

Where is your favorite place to shoot? (range or match past or present)

Miami Valley Cowboys Club- Home of the Ohio State Championship

Have you tried other categories? What categories have you shot and how did that go?

Before shooting Gunfighter, I shot age based categories.

What is you posse job of choice?

Timer Operator. I enjoy being able to help other shooters get through a stage without penalties.

What is the time of your fastest clean stage?

Ohio State Championship Gamer Stage 10-10-2 8.95 Seconds

What was the best advice you got from a fellow shooter, and who was it?

You can’t shoot fast enough to make up for a miss.

What advice can you give to some of the shooters reading this?

Set goals. When you beat those goals, set higher ones.

What keeps you playing this game?

The people. The people in this sport are unmatched.

What is your favorite thing to do when you are not on the range or shooting?

I enjoy hunting, fishing, and playing video games.

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