Clean Sweep! Justine Williams Dominates 2021 USPSA National Championships

Fresh off four national title wins, this Colt pro shooter's next stop is the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits!

by posted on May 24, 2022
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How the time flies! Well, actually, not all that much time, and that's part of what's so remarkable about Justine Williams' story. It’s been a mere five years since our sister publication, NRA Family, first highlighted Justine Williams and her sister Jalise as “Rising Shooting Stars.” A scant three years later, the sisters signed on as pro shooters with Colt’s Manufacturing. Recently, younger sibling Justine captured four USPSA (U.S. Practical Shooting Association) titles for the 2021 season. From pistol-caliber carbines to the 2Gun discipline, Justine’s sweep is truly remarkable for a shooter who’s still in her teens.

In no particular order, Justine recently took: 2021 USPSA PCC Ladies National Champion; 2021 USPSA Limited Ladies National Champion; 2021 USPSA L10 Ladies National Champion; and 2021 2Gun Open Ladies National Champion. Well, maybe there’s a reason we listed the pistol-caliber carbine title first after all. 

“My biggest accomplishment for 2021 was winning the 2021 USPSA PCC Ladies National title,” Justine noted. “This has been a goal of mine now for almost two years, and it felt so good after all that hard work and time it took to achieve it.” 

“Colt is incredibly proud of Justine and her performance this past year,” said Paul Spitale, Executive VP of Commercial Business at Colt Firearms. "We're very excited about this year for Justine and are confident that she will continue to be a solid ambassador for our sport for years to come.”

Here's some exciting news just for NRA Women attending this week's NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits: Justine will be on hand for a meet & greet at the Colt booth, #2614. 

 

 

 

 

 

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