Bill McGuire


  • DOB: 9/9/1962
  • Height: 6'1
  • Hometown: Sweetwater, TN
  • Residence: Sweetwater, TN
  • Gun: Blaser F3 Super Luxus
  • Ammunition: Clever/Gamaliel Shooting Supply
  • Glasses: Pilla
  • Ear Plugs: SoundGear
  • Dominant Hand: R
  • Dominant Eye: R
  • Coach: Self
  • I have learned a lot from my dad
  • Method: All
  • Years Shooting: 20
  • Profession: Shooter/Instructor
  • Company: Bill McGuire Shotgun Sports Inc.
  • Title: President
  • Years on Pro Tour: 4


  • Newest inductee into the 2016 NSCA Hall of Fame
  • 2011 National Champion
  • 3 time NSCA Tour Champion
  • 2016 National Champion
  • 2016 NE, Western, NC Regional Champion
  • 2015 National FITASC Champion
  • 12 Time All American Sporting Clay and FITASC Team USA Member
  • 3 Time All Around National Champion
  • 2015 North Central, SE, South Central Regional Champion
  • 2015 Dubai Desert Classic Runner up
  • 2012 Sport Trap (5 stand) World Champion
  • 2012 National 5 Stand Champion
  • 2014 Silver Medalist at the World Sporting Championships (Highest American)
  • 2014 Silver Medalist at the World Sport Trap (Highest American) (5 Stand)
  • 2014 North Central Regional Champion
  • 2016 World English FITASC Champion
  • 2005 Triple Classic World Championship
  • Masters Cup Champion
  • 4 Time East Coasts Championship Champion
  • 3 Time Gamaliel Cup Champion


  • Blaser
  • Gamaliel Shooting Supplies
  • Clever
  • SoundGear
  • Comp-N-Choke
  • Pilla

Bill was born in Richmond, Indiana to a working-class family; his father worked in the Easton Gear Factory and was a church minister. His mother worked at the Richmond Baking Company and raised Bill, his three sisters and brother. At age 8, Bill started hunting and trapping with his father, where he developed his love for shooting and the outdoors. In fact, he still has the first .410 Western Field Side by Side that his father gave him.

In 1989 Bill started a masonry company and worked as a brick mason for thirteen years. In 1996, while bricking a house, one of the carpenters asked if he had ever shot clay targets and if he would be interested in attending a local event. When the weekend rolled around, they went out and shot a round and he was hooked. Bill started shooting local tournaments then branched out to a few bigger events, and then in 2000 became a full-time shooter and instructor.

Shooting a 32" Blaser F3 Super Luxus with Comp-n-Chokes and Remington ammunition, Bill continues to remain at the top of the field year after year.