Tyler Man is World’s Fastest Shooter
It's only right that a Texan would be the last man standing at the annual Steel Challenge World Speed Shooting Championship in Piru, California. 22 year old B.J. Norris of Tyler has won the title of "World's Fastest Shooter," and we're talking about speed shooting with a handgun.
The Steel Challenge is a speed shooting event that focuses more on speed than accuracy. Competitors have to complete a series of eight different shooting stages.
Accuracy is less important than speed in this competition. They don't need the "tight groupings" that win in target shooting, but shooters still have to be able to hit what they're shooting at, every time.
It's only fitting that the world's fastest shooter would be a Texan.