By Kerrin Brinkman | May 26 2011 18:26

For those of you who watched Season 1 of The History Channel's Top Shot, you'll remember Iain Harrison edging out Chris Cerino to become the very first "Top Shot". The two have never had a rematch - that is until now. Both men are at the 2011 MidwayUSA & NRA Bianchi Cup for the very first time, and they are locked in a grudge match to see who will be victorious here in Missouri. 

Today the two took to the Falling Plate Event and in the end, Cerino bested Harrison on the steel plates. "I beat him by 30 points," said Cerino, who was nervous competing against Harrison again. 

"It was nerve wracking. He's one hell of a competitor," said Cerino of Harrison. 

But what did Harrison think about shooting against Cerino?

"Chris is a great friend, and it's always great to compete with friends," said Harrison with a smile.

Iain Harrison and Chris Cerino from The History Channel's Top Shot shooting at the NRA Bianchi Cup on NRAblog The guys still have one day of competition to determine who will end up with the higher aggregate score. As for who will be the Top Bianchi Shot? The two still claim it's anyone's game.

"I think he"ll do well on the Moving Targets, but I'm looking to pick up some points on the Barricade Event tomorrow," said Cerino of Harrison. 

What are Harrison's predictions? "We'll see, it's hard to tell at this point, but I did beat him in the Bushmaster Tactical Carbine Challenge."

By Saturday we'll see if Cerino can clinch the win or if Harrison will reign supreme, so keep checking back to see who will be the Top Bianchi Shot!  

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