By Kyle Jillson | August 13 2011 12:20

The Remington “Band of Brothers” Trophy is a large bronze sculpture created by Sculptor James Muir. The trophy depicts a D-Day Scenario in World War II, with U.S. soldiers in a jeep breaking through enemy lines to carry a wounded officer to safety.


The sculpture is very detailed, including “bullet holes” surrounding the jeep, a large American flag on the jeep hood, and a tall red flag. The trophy has a 24 inch wooden pentagon shaped base, in accordance with the America theme of the sculpture. It has brass plates all around it, for future winner’s names to be engraved.

This piece of artwork was donated to the NRA by the Remington Arms Company, Inc. as a tribute to the heroism of “brother” Americans who fought to preserve freedom against the stronghold of Fascism.

Michelle Gallagher won the trophy in it's inaugural year initially shooting a 200-13x which culminated in a final of 230-15x after a shoot off.

Band of Brothers Trophy Match
Lance Dement 200-14X
2 John Whidden 200-14X 
3 Tyrel Cooper 200-13X
4 Phillip Crowe 200-12X
5 Justin Skaret 200-12X 

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