Clifton Collins, Jr. and The "Gunny" present the first place prize of $3,000 to "MatchMeister" winner Butch Barton – a five-time GSSF match champion. Photo: Glock

Clifton Collins, Jr. and The "Gunny" present the first place prize of $3,000 to "MatchMeister" winner Butch Barton – a five-time GSSF match champion. Photo: Glock

Nearly 1,350 competitors and enthusiasts attended the Glock Annual Shoot XXI & Gunny Challenge X hosted by Glock and GSSF, becoming the most highly participated in action pistol match in world history, according to Glock.

The weekend-long match held outside Conyers, Ga., at the South River Gun Club exceeded participation expectations. The level of attendance reaching 1,350 people, making it the most highly attended GSSF event in its 21-year run.

Lee Ermey, the "Gunny," presided over his namesake match and was assisted by this year's celebrity guest shooter, film and TV star Clifton Collins Jr., who is most known for his roles in the films Pacific Rim, Star Trek, and Capote, for which he was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award.

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