Michael Maskell


  • DOB: 11/24/1966
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Hometown: Bridgetown, Barbados
  • Residence: Spencer, Indiana
  • Gun: Kolar Skeet/Sporting Clays
  • Ammunition:
  • Glasses: Randolph Rangers
  • Ear Plugs: Disposable
  • Dominant Hand: R
  • Dominant Eye: R
  • Coach: Joe Nevell and Matt Dryke
  • Years Shooting: 30
  • Profession: Shooting Instructor
  • Company: The Shotgun Academy


  • 21 Time Caribbean International Skeet Gold Medalist
  • 5 Time Caribbean International Trap Gold Medalist
  • 6 Time Pan-American Games Finalist
  • 4 Time Olympian in International Skeet
  • 4 Time Commonwealth Games Finalist
  • Master Class Sporting Clays and Five Stand Shooter
  • NSSA International World Championship Gold Medalist
  • NSSA International World Championship Silver Medalist
  • Australian Open Gold Medalist
  • Australian Grand Prix Team Gold Medalist
  • Australian Grand Prix Silver


  • Kolar Arms
Michael Maskell hails from Barbados in the Caribbean and has spent most of his life representing that country in the shooting sports. He is a four-time Olympian for Barbados in International Skeet, is a member of the 2016 PSCA Tour that will be televised this spring, and has made himself a major player in shooting competitions around the world. Overcoming enormous odds, he has developed a fundamental understanding of what it takes to be successful in shooting.