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May 11, 2017   |
Jagemann's KC Eusebio Wins Carry Optics Division of World Speed Championship
MANITOWOC, Wis. – Jagemann-sponsored KC Eusebio won the World Speed Shooting Championship in San Luis Obispo, CA on May 6, 2017. Jagemann Sporting Group is a proud sponsor of KC Eusebio.

The championship for the Steel Challenge Shooting Association was held in San Luis Obispo, CA at The Hogue Range.

KC Eusebio competed in the carry optics division using Brass and Magazines produced by Jagemann Sporting Group. Eusebio place first in the carry optics division with a time of 85.11. This is KC's second consecutive time winning the carry optics division.

Eusebio spoke about the match and the importance of reliable equipment, "Competing at a world class level means I need to have the best equipment. I am honored to have Jagemann supply the best brass and polymer products available in the market."

About Jagemann Sporting Group
Jagemann Sporting Group, a division of Jagemann Stamping Company, is proud to be a privately-held U.S. manufacturer of premium brass casings for rifles and handguns, polymer magazines and other gun components. As a division of Jagemann Stamping Company, we apply over sixty years of expertise in the metal stamping industry towards the manufacturing of top-of-the-line sporting components. In striving for the highest degree of precision, we maintain complete quality control over the manufacturing process. For more information on the company, visit or call 800.998.6901.

About Jagemann Stamping Company
Founded in 1946 and headquartered in a state-of-the-art facility in Manitowoc, Wis., Jagemann Stamping Company is a family-owned, full service stamping company recognized worldwide as a leading manufacturer of deep drawn, progressive and fine blanking metal stampings. For more information on the company, visit or call (888) 337-7853.

About KC Eusebio
KC Eusebio is 28 years old, and has been shooting competitively for over 20 years. Shooting has always been in his blood. His father was a disciplined man, and he picked up the sport quickly. His first match was at the age of 8. In just two years, he became the youngest USPSA Master at the age of 10, and soon after the youngest USPSA Grandmaster at the age of 12. By the age of 15, he became the youngest to ever win a world speed shooting title. When he turned 18, he enlisted in the US army and joined the Army Marksmanship Unit. He honed his skills, and taught hundreds of soldiers advanced marksmanship skills to help them complete their missions. Soon after, he spent 3 years with TEAM Glock, and became the first person to win a World Speed Shooting Championship with a polymer framed pistol. To learn more, visit

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