Makayla Scott is set to add Guinness Book of World Record holder to her list of accolades.

Scott was recently selected as one of four rising competitive shotgun shooters to join the CZ-USA team aiming to break the world record for the number of clay targets broken by a team of five shooters in 12 hours. The current record of 4,602 clays was set by a United Kingdom team in 2005.

The fifth member of the team is David Miller, master class competitor, shotgun product manager, and exhibition shooter for CZ-USA. Miller currently holds the world record for breaking 3,653 clay targets in an hour. Other members of the team include Jessica Strasser from Wisconsin, Levi Henrich from Iowa, and Weston Zolck from Nebraska.

To be considered, Scott was required to participate in a qualifying shoot and write an essay about why she should be selected to represent the CZ-USA brand and carry the world record title. She qualified at the Scholastic Clay Target Association Nationals held in Marengo, Ohio in July and submitted her winning essay a month later. On Sept. 6, Miller announced live via social media that Scott along with three other shooters were selected to join him in a run for the world record.

Scott and fellow competitors will…

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