By Lars Dalseide | July 13 2013 11:32

History Channel sharp shooter takes two out of three NRA pistol titles

Brian Zins at the 2012 NRA National Pistol Championships - photo by Lindsey Morgan

Port Clinton, Ohio - After finishing the first day of competition at the 2013 NRA National Pistol Championships a good ten points behind, Top Shot runner-up Brian Zins rallied for the second day in a row to win the .45 Caliber Pistol Championships.

Battling 10 to 15 mile-an-hour winds and field full of marksmen wanting nothing more than to deny him a 12th overall title, Zins finished nine points ahead of the man sitting in second overall when the day began. Going toe-to-toe with the opposition, it wasn't until Match 143, the .45 Caliber Slow Fire Match, that the gap between first and second for the National Title began to grow.

We'll have more on the National Pistol Championships soon. Until then, here's a look at the preliminary scores from Match 143;

Center Fire Championship
Match 143 - .45 Caliber Slow Fire Match

Place Name Score
1 Brian Zins 196-8x
2 James Henderson 196-7x
3 Patrick Franks 193-4x
4 Keith Sanderson 191-9x
5 Eric Lawrence 190-3x


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