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[ By | 5 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on 2009 Rio Salado Desert Classic Area 2 Championship ]
2009 Rio Salado Desert Classic Area 2 Championship

For many Action Shooting competitors September – October begins to wind down their competition season. September brings the USPSA National Championships, the IDPA National Championship, and October, the USPSA Multi-gun Championship. For many these are the final big matches of the year. But here in Arizona, November marks the beginning of the competition season.

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[ By | 15 Nov 2009 | One Comment ]
Getting started in 3-Gun: Part 3

In Part 3, the final installment of Getting Started in 3-Gun

Kelly Neal discusses the techniques and skills you need to focus on to be successful. Kelly describes the different shooter types and what each needs to understand about themselves.

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[ By | 13 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on Insight Technology Sponsors Southern California IDPA Series ]
Insight Technology Sponsors Southern California IDPA Series

Insight Technology Sponsors Southern California IDPA Series

LONDONDERRY, NH (November, 2009) Insight Technology, the world’s leading provider of tactical lasers, illuminators and thermal imaging equipment, has been named the title sponsor of the monthly International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) matches held in Southern California at the ISI Ranges in Piru. The 2010 matches will be called the Insight Technology IPDA Series and are open to all competitors.

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[ By | 5 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on Guns & Gear October ]
  • ATN Introduces New Flashlight Series
  • Insight Technology’s XTI Brilliance Award Nominee
  • Glock Announces New G19, G23 Offerings
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[ By | 22 Oct 2009 | One Comment ]
Team SIG’s Max Michel Wraps Up 2009 Tournament Season

Team SIG’s Max Michel Wraps Up 2009 Tournament Season; Wins 7 Titles, One 2nd PlaceTeam SIG Champion Shooter, Max Michel, has had a successful 2009 season. 2009 marks Michel’s debut with “Team SIG” and as the new SIG SAUER Manager of Competitive Shooting Activities. As the Team Captain, Michel has won seven titles and one second place throughout the 2009 season.

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[ By | 22 Oct 2009 | Comments Off on Team Smith & Wesson Captures Nationals Titles ]
Team Smith & Wesson Captures Nationals Titles

Smith & Wesson Corp., announced today that Team Smith & Wesson members earned high honors in multiple divisions after competing in consecutive United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) National Championships and earned three national titles and posted high scores in each of the five divisions during the 2009 International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) National Championship held at the United States Shooting Academy (USSA) in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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[ By | 7 Oct 2009 | Comments Off on Team EOTAC’s Vogel leads the way at the IDPA National Championships ]

Team EOTAC’s Vogel leads the way at the IDPA National Championships West Columbia, SC, September 30, 2009 -West Columbia, SC – The United States Shooting Academy in Tulsa, Oklahoma hosted the annual IDPA National Championship on September 23-26, 2009. The 360 competitors faced some of the most challenging courses of fire, testing everyone’s skills. Team EOTAC sent six participants and brought home five titles.

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[ By | 3 Oct 2009 | Comments Off on Guns and Gear September ]
Guns and Gear September

The development of a modular pistol that allows the shooter to change caliber and size at will has earned Sig Sauer the New Hampshire Business Resource Center’s “Innovation Rocks!” Award for the month of September.

Exeter-based Sig Sauer’s P250 was designed specifically to address the future needs of the military, law enforcement and civilian shooters and features six different ergonomic combinations to accommodate varying hand sizes. Hailed by Gun World as “a pistol for all seasons,” the P250 is also renowned for having 30-40 percent fewer parts than a traditional semi-automatic pistol.

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