Justine Williams began her competitive shooting career at the young age of 9. At age 13 she became the youngest-ever USPSA Production Grand Master, and just two years later achieving the Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) Grand Master classification. She is the first woman to become a USPSA Grand Master in two shooting disciplines. In 2019, Justine won USPSA High Lady in the Open, Carry Optics and Production divisions, as well as the High Junior in Production and IPSC High Lady in the same division. Now 18, Justine continues to compete in a variety of shooting disciplines.
- PCC and Production Grandmaster
- 2nd PCC Overall at USPSA Nationals
- World Record Holder
Justine Williams has been a competitive shooter since early on in her career. She has 24 USPSA National Championships, along with 8 world records in Steel Challenge, and a win in the United States Practical Shooting Association National Lady Title in seven divisions.