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[ By | 29 Sep 2009 | Comments Off ]
Match News September

Koenig Wins Eleventh Consecutive Masters Championship

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS – Smith & Wesson Corp., announced today that the company’s professional shooter Doug Koenig has claimed a new record in the history of competitive shooting by winning his 11th consecutive Masters International Shooting Championship earlier this month. This year’s match, held at PASA Park in Barry, Illinois, marks the 16th time Koenig has claimed the championship title since first competing in the 1999 championship event.

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[ By | 25 Sep 2009 | Comments Off ]
Team GLOCK and R. Lee Ermey at GLOCK Annual Shoot XVI

Team GLOCK and R. Lee Ermey at GLOCK Annual Shoot XVI

SMYRNA, GEORGIA, September 23:
Dave Sevigny, Jessie Abbate and Randi Rogers of Team GLOCK Shooting Squad will attend the
GSSF GLOCK Annual Shoot to offer shooting advice and perform demonstrations in Covington,
GA on September 26-27. The event will mark the 16th year of GSSF’s largest and most
prestigious event of the season. Along with the regularly scheduled competition, plenty of
contests and side events will be available. Spectators are welcome and participation is
encouraged.

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[ By | 22 Sep 2009 | Comments Off ]
Team GLOCK Shines at the USPSA Back to Back Nationals

Team GLOCK Shines at the USPSA Back to Back Nationals

Smyrna, GA (9.22.09)
Dave Sevigny, Jessie Abbate and Randi Rogers of the Team GLOCK Shooting Squad won Limited-10, Limited and Production titles at the USPSA Back to Back Nationals held September 12-19, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The competition featured 16 stages in each of the Open/Production and Limited/Limited-10/Revolver matches.

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[ By | 18 Sep 2009 | Comments Off ]
USPSA Limited L10 Revo Nationals

The dust continues to fly at the USPSA Nationals.

What a difference a venue makes. From a hurricane soaked mud bowl of 2008 USPSA Nationals to the Desert Baked dust bowl of 2009 some things remain the same, the game competitors, the dedicated Range Officers and the fierce competition.

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[ By | 15 Sep 2009 | Comments Off ]
USPSA Open Production Final Day 4

USPSA Open Production Final Day 4

The 2009 USPSA Open Production National Championships are over. While unofficial as I write this it looks like 2008 Production National Champion Bob Vogel shooting for Team Eotac has successfully defended his title with a comfortable win. Bob shot a consistent, steady match avoiding costly mistakes that plagued many other shooters. The Open title is another matter altogether.

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[ By | 14 Sep 2009 | Comments Off ]
USPSA Open Production Nationals Day 3

USPSA Open Production Nationals Day 3

Here are some photos from the action at the USPSA Open – Production Nationals in Las Vegas, NV. The range is still dusty, the wind was blowing, the temperature was better for Vegas and the Action was still Hotter! The action is shaking out as no-shoots, misses and jams take their toll while the shooters on their game have begun to pull ahead. The final Day 4 promises to provide drama from those still in striking distance of their division wins. Stay tuned.

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[ By | 13 Sep 2009 | Comments Off ]
USPSA Open Production Nationals Day 2

USPSA Open Production Nationals Day 2

Here are some photos from the action at the USPSA Open – Production Nationals in Las Vegas, NV. The range is dusty, the weather is clear, and the temperature is Hot and the Action is even Hotter! Photos are from the Production Super Squad who shot a morning schedule today and the Open Super Squad and the Womens Super Squad who both shot the afternoon schedule. Day 3 looks to be just as fast as today, mistakes pile up, and times get tight. Enjoy the photos, more to come.

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[ By | 11 Sep 2009 | Comments Off ]
Remember 9-11

The Action Shooting Podcast staff want to pay tribute to the Hero’s of 9-11.

These images were taken this morning at Tempe Town Lake in Tempe Arizona. A flag was flown for each of the victims and heros of 9-11. As I was taking the photos I heard Taps being played and it took me a moment to realize that it was being played live. I started to try to find who was playing and by the time I located him he was playing the final few notes. I had time to snap only a couple of shots before he sharply lowered his Bugle and smartly strode away.

Never forget.

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