Benelli Pro Shooter Dakota Overland Wins 2020 USPSA Multigun Ladies National Championship
ACCOKEEK, Md. (June 18, 2020)– Benelli pro shooter Dakota Overland won the 2020 USPSA Multigun Ladies National Championship with her Benelli M2. She bested 17 other female competitors in 12 different stages to take top honors. The annual event attracts top multigun shooters from across the country.
“Dakota is a great ambassador for the shooting community and the Benelli brand,” said Benelli Vice President of Brand Marketing Timothy Joseph. “She has accomplished so much at an early age and is sure to continue to grow as a shooter and become one of the top competitors in the nation. We congratulate her and wish her the best for the remainder of the shooting season.”
At 17 years old, Overland attends Century College in White Bear, Minnesota. She has been shooting for many years and has accrued many titles along with representing the U.S. at the 2018 IPSC Shotgun World Shoot in Chateauroux, France, where she took the bronze medal. The pro shooter chooses to shoot a Benelli M2 during competition because of its light felt recoil and proven reliability.
“I started shooting the Benelli M2 two years ago,” said Overland. “I was a lot smaller then and the recoil of the M2 is much less than my previous shotguns. This allows me to get back on target quickly and make fast and accurate shots. You can’t beat the performance, and it has allowed me to better my skills and allow for serious growth.”
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