Mission Crossbows Shooters Sweep Podium — Again

Mission Crossbows shooters Jason Wilkins, Johnny Perhealth and Dylan Burg take first, second and third at the most recent ASA Pro/Am.
Mission Crossbows Shooters Sweep Podium — Again

As we reported in this previous story, Mission Crossbows shooters swept the podium at the IBO Winter Nationals in Park City, Kentucky, and the Mission team has backed up that impressive performance with another sweep at the ASA Pro/Am in Fort Mitchell, Alabama.

As the photo below shows, taking first place and a check for $5,000 was Jason Wilkins. (Wilkins took second place at the IBO Winter Nationals.) Johnny Perhealth took second, receiving $2,000, and Dylan Burg took third, receiving $1,000.

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Wilkins dominated the weekend with a score of 454 and 27 twelves. Perhealth ended the weekend with 429 and 21 twelves for second place, and Burg finished with a 423, 17 twelves for third. (Need a refresher on 3-D target scoring? Check out the video at the bottom of the page.)

“The Sub-1 was firing on all cylinders this weekend,” said Mission Crossbow Staff Shooter Wilkins. “It’s a testament to how accurate and consistent the Sub-1 is — you just have to do your part.”

ASA tournaments test shooter’s skills on 3-D targets. These highly competitive tournament circuits tour around the country and feature some of the best shooters in the world. Mission Crossbows offer contingency for both men and women ASA and IBO Crossbow shooters: $5,000 for first place, $2,000 for second place and $1000 for third place. Click here to learn more about the Mission Crossbows contingency program for 2019.

If you’re interested in attending an upcoming ASA or IBO tournament, check out the links below.

ASA Tournament schedule: http://www.asaarchery.com/pro-am-tournaments

IBO Tournament Schedule: http://www.ibo.net/iboschedule

P.S. Check out the video below for a refresher on how to score on 3-D targets. The twelve ring is small!



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