Young phenom in International Skeet opens her range bag for Shooting Sports USA
This month's Shooting Sports USA sees Barb Baird of Women's Outdoor News sit down with world champion skeet shooter and Olympic hopeful Brandy Drozd to open her range bag and see what's inside.
A senior at Texas A&M, Brandy Drozd says she was born and raised an Aggie. This 2014 ISSF World Skeet Champion Gold medalist has been competing for over half her life. “I started at the age of 8, only shooting American Trap because it was the easiest for me to learn. Now my specialty is International Skeet and I started shooting that around the age of 12,” said Drozd. She began shooting in the local Brazos Country 4-H Sportsman’s Club and joined the National Team in 2011.
Drozd shoots a 12-gauge Perazzi MX8/2000, and loads it with Winchester AA 24 gram 9 shot.
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