ShockEater Athletes

Kayle BrowningKayle Browning- Team ShockEater

Kayle began her shooting career at only 8 years of age on the sporting clays range in her hometown of Wooster, Arkansas. Switching to international trap when she was 13, Kayle made her first traveling team at 15 and has never looked back. Since then, Kayle has gone on to become an accomplished National Champion, World Cup medalist, 2012 Olympic team alternate and contender for the 2016 Olympic games.

We’re proud to support Kayle and look forward to her continued success as she achieves her goals!

 

Competition Highlights:

  • Kayle-Browning-ShockEaterRanked #1 Lady in the Nation (International Trap) 2015
  • 2016 National Championships, Silver Medalist
  • 2015 National Championships, Silver Medalist
  • 2015 Shotgun Selection, Gold Medalist
  • 2015 World Cup Acapulco, 4th Place
  • 2014 National Championship, Bronze Medalist
  • 2012 World Cup London, Bronze Medalist
  • 2011 Pan American Games, Bronze Medalist
  • 2011 National Championship, Gold Medalist *New National Record*
  • 2011 National Junior Olympic Championships, Bronze Medalist
  • 2010 National Championship, Junior Gold Medalist
  • 2009 National Championship, Junior Gold Medalist
  • 2009 World Championship Team Member
  • 2009 World Championship, Team Bronze Medal
  • 2009 National Championship, Silver Medalist
  • 2008 National Junior Olympic Championships, Silver Medalist
  • 2007 National Junior Olympic Championships, Bronze Medalist

Shooting Tip: Set small short term goals to achieve your long term goals

Favorite Training Tip: Always train with a purpose

Favorite Quote: “Never settle for average because you are just as close to the bottom as you are the top.”

 


Jim Cox

Jim-Cox-Team-ShockEaterJim Cox (Jimmy Ray), began his shooting while in the US Army in 1978. While stationed at Ft Bliss, TX, Jim was approached by the Post Rifle team commander and was invited to try out for the post High Power Team. While already an Expert in qualifying for an M16A1 Jim had to make the team by shooting a National Match M14. He qualified for the team and began the shooters journey for 2 years. While with the Team Jim was trained in competition marksmanship and completed around the United States at other military installation in High power matches, civilian NRA matches and the All Army Nationals at Ft Benning, GA.

After the Military, Jim was out of the shooting area until 2015 when he started back in to competition world. Being a little older with the eye sight, he was not able to return to the “iron sights” but found a new NRA class of F/TR Mid-Range and F Class Long Range. Now in his third year back he has completed in the mostly F/TR mid-range and training for future Long Range matches. He is qualified as an Expert in the NRA Mid- Range class.

Competition Highlights:

  • 2017 “Remembering the Brave” Long Range Match, Quantico, VA, 1st in Match 1 and 2, 1st in Aggregate
  • 2017 Remington Long Range in PA, Team Match – Gold Medal
  • 2017 Delaware State Mid-Range Championships, 3rd
  • 2017 Mid-Atlantic Long Range Regional Championship – Team Match, 2nd Place – Individual Aggregate, 3rd Place
  • 2017 “Remembering the Brave” Matches, Eastern Armed Forces Memorial Games
  • 2016-NRA F Class Nationals Mid-Range, 6 place F/TR, Expert Class
  • 2015- West Virginia Mid-Range Regional, 3 place F/TR, Expert Class
  • SSG Marc Small Memorial Trophy Match, Champion F-TR, 1st Place Individual Aggregate 1000 Yard
  • Cpt. Claudio Patino IV Memorial Trophy Match, Champion F-TR, 1st Place Individual 2nd String 1000 Yard