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World Record for Most Clays Broken Crushed by CZ USA Team

On Oct. 12, 2019, team CZ USA set a new Guinness World Record by breaking 14,167 clays in 12 hours.

World Record for Most Clays Broken Crushed by CZ USA Team
Left to right: Levi Henrichs, Weston Zolck, Dave Miller, Makayla Scott, Jessica Strasser (Alfredo Rico photo)

Congratulations to CZ USA for setting a new Guinness World Record for most clays broken in 12 hours by a 5-person team. The new record of 14,167 clays broken was set on October 12, 2019 at Powder Creek Shooting Park in Lenexa, Kansas. 

The previous record was 4,602. The team was led by CZ USA Shotgun Product Manager and Pro-shooter Dave Miller. Four youth were chosen equally for their shooting capabilities and desire to be on a world-record breaking team.

To be considered for the team the youth had to write an essay on why they belonged on the team.

World Record
Left to right: Makayla Scott, Weston Zolck, Jessica Strasser, Levi Henrichs, Dave Miller (Alfredo Rico photo)
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