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About Ray Brown

Being well versed in many different methods and styles, Ray Brown is a competitive Master Class shooter, a PSCA (Professional Sporting Clays Association) Pro Shooter and NSCA (National Sporting Clays Association) Level III Instructor. There are only 65 Level III Instructors throughout the U.S. Having been personally trained by Olympic Medalist Dan Carlisle, Ray is a Master Shooting Instructor at both the Carlisle Academy and Grand Prairie Educational Shooting Clinics at Delta Resort in Arkansas. Ray has taken many competition shooters all the way to Master Class and taught non-shooters how to wing shoot and enjoy all it has to offer.

With over 15 years and 5,000+ hours of teaching experience, Ray is an expert in communicating shotgun shooting methodology, reading body language and problem-solving. Whether you are an intermediate shooter wanting to improve or a seasoned veteran that is looking for that competitive edge, Ray can help get you there.

Highlights of Accomplishments

  • Fiocchi Pro Staff sponsored shooter (Fiocchi Ammunition)
  • 2017 & 2018 PSCA (Professional Sporting Clays Association) Pro Shooter
  • 2015 & 2017 Veteran Team USA Sporting member
  • 17-time All American &/or Veteran All-American
  • 4-time FITASC All-American
  • 3-time NSCA Zone 7/All-Region Team
  • 4-time Sub-Gauge All-American
  • 2018 Nationals – Kreighoff Kup Veteran Champion
  • 2018 Nationals – Fitasc Veteran RU
  • 2017 PSCA Senior Champion for Tour Stop #4
  • 2017 World English Veteran Team Gold Medal
  • 2017 World English Vet 5th
  • 2017 Kachina Open RU & Vet Champion
  • 2016 Veteran RU National Champion
  • 2016 California State FITASC RU
  • 2016 Arizona State FITASC Veteran RU
  • 2016 Arizona State 5-Stand RU & Vet Champion
  • 2014 Northeast Regionals Veteran Champion
  • 2014 Western Regional FITASC Open RU & Vet Champion
  • 2010 Small Gauge HOA Vet National Champion
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“You earn your trophies at practice. You just pick them up at competitions.”