Shooter Profile: Andrew J. McNamara

Andrew-McNamaraBiography Hometown: Orange, VT Current High Overall Classification: AA How I got started shooting: The first experience I had with skeet shooting was with my father and brother when I was about nine years old. It wasn’t until 2007, after living in England that I really started getting into shooting skeet on a regular basis. By the end of the 2007 shooting year I had shot my first ever 100 straight. I have been hooked ever since! Current training location is Island of Oahu Discipline: AMERICAN SKEET (12, 20, 28, .410 & Doubles) Years Shooting: Shooting member since 2007 Accomplishments: Personal best scores:
  • 12 Ga – 100 x 100
  • 20 Ga – 100 x 100
  • 28 Ga – 100x 100
  • .410 bore – 100 x 100
  • Doubles – 99 x 100
  • HOA – 447 x 450,
  • HAA – 543 x 550,
Other accomplishments
  • 2013 World Skeet AA Class HOA Champion (6th overall)
  • 2013 World Skeet AA Class HAA 5th
  • 2013 World Skeet .410 Bore AA Class 3rd
  • 2013 World Skeet 12 Ga AA Class 8th
  • 2013 Mini World AA Class HOA 8th
  • 2013 Mini World .410 Bore AA Class 2nd
  • 2013 Hawaii State HOA, 12ga, 28ga, & Doubles State Champion
  • 2013 Pletcher Open 28 Ga. Champion
  • 2012 World Skeet A Class HOA Champion (9th overall)
  • 2012 World Skeet 12 Ga. AA Class 3rd
  • 2012 Mini World 12 Ga. AA Class 3rd
  • 2012 Hawaii State HOA, Doubles,  20, 28, & .410 State Champion
  • 2011 Hawaii State HOA, 12, 20, 28, & .410 State Champion
  • 2010 Vermont State HOA, 28, 410. State Champion
  • 2010 Minute Man Classic 12 Ga. Champion
  • 2009 European Championship: 20 Ga. Runner-Up
  • 2009 UK Championship: 20 Ga. Champion
  • 2009 UK Ironman Championship: 399 x 400 12 Ga. Runner-Up
  • 2008 UK Championship: HOA & HAA Runner-Up, 12Ga & .410 Runner-Up
  • 2007 Nellis Gun Club Championship: 12 Ga. Champion
  • 100 Straights in Nevada, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Hawaii, Texas,  England and Scotland
What model do you use? Caesar Guerini Summit Impact Type-S What do you like about your Caesar Guerini? Impact’s high rib allows for better view on targets