Uberti Pro Kenda Lenseigne Sets Two World Records at CMSA
ACCOKEEK, Md. (May 10, 2016) – (ArmsVault.com) – Uberti Pro Kenda Lenseigne, a Cowboy Mounted Shooting champion and Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA) Hall of Famer, set two world records at the recent CMSA National Championship in Tunica, Mississippi.
Mounted on her young mare, “Sparky,” and shooting her new signature series Uberti Short Stroke CMS Pro, Lenseigne recorded world record times in the first two stages of the five-stage event. The pair of world-record times helped Lenseigne to a .70-second advantage in an event in which she would go on to finish second.
“Setting two world records at the CMSA National Championship was especially meaningful this year. I retired my best horse last year, one who set 11 world records in his career and this was the first CMSA Nationals on my new mare, Sparky. She came to the game, following right in her predecessor’s hoof prints without skipping a beat,” Lenseigne said. “Using my new Uberti Short Stroke CMS Pro revolvers gave me all the confidence in the world that I would be able to shoot as fast as Sparky could run, and sure enough – we did!”
Chambered in the classic .45 Colt and sporting a 3 1/2-inch barrel, the new Uberti Short Stroke CMS Pro revolver features a low-profile, extra-wide hammer with aggressive checkering and wide rear channel (EasyView) sights. This hammer enables quick target acquisition as well as a constant view of the target.
For more information on Uberti’s new line of Short Stroke revolvers designed for CMS and SASS shooters, go to www.uberti.com.