After a 4 month qualifying period, the Stratstone Super7 Challenge finally came to an end on Friday 21st February at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School.
Congratulations to John Heagren, the winner of the 2014 Stratstone Super7 Challenge. With a brilliant score of 18x25, John went through to a nail-biting shoot off with Ed Solomons on the day. John has now won the use of a brand new Morgan Plus 4 from us, which he gets to keep for six months. George Digweed won the highest qualifying score of 94x100 and took home a stunning Rolex watch, courtesy of sponsors David Duggan Watches. Chris Childerhouse won £2,000 of clothing from The Really Wild Clothing Company for shooting the highest qualifying score with a side-by-side gun.
Professional shooting instructor John said: "It was the pressure, not the birds that was really difficult. It got to all the finalists. I play a lot of competitive sports so I am used to focusing and being watched by a crowd. I am delighted to have won such a beautiful car for the summer. Thank you to RBSS and Stratstone for organising such a prestigious event for clay and game shooters."
The Challenge has created great awareness and exposure for Stratstone throughout the shooting and equestrian industry, which is a large target market for us with all our brands. The Sunday Times, who were also sponsors of this event, were in attendance of the day.
All finalists went home with an engraved commemorative tumbler and ‘Stratstone Super7 finalist’ caps. The event was attended by all Shooting press including The Field Magazine, Shooting Times, and Shooting Gazette amongst others.
Well done to all the finalist who took part in the final event.
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