Competition Highlights from USPSA’s Revolver Nationals | JulieG.TV

I’ve been so good about posting two videos a week but alas, mother nature threw us for a loop with some flash flooding in the area resulting lots of water in our basement. My office is officially a WRECK but I did manage to put this video match montage from the 2016 United States Practical Shooting Association Revolver National Championships where I was able to bring home my 14th USPSA Ladies National Title.

Revolver shooting is not easy. That double action trigger pull isn’t exactly forgiving and neither are those reloads! Fortunately I shot the best set gun in the shooting sports for action packed revolver shooting, the Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 929. Mine features a set of custom Hogue Grips and their gas pedal cylinder release. I used that ever trusty Federal Premium American Eagle 147 gr. and of course, a Safariland ELS rig.

Hosted by PASA Park in Barry, IL, the match featured 14 courses of fire with a bit of everything — run and gun, accuracy intense stages, standard exercises, one-handed shooting and even low light conditions. My goal was to shoot an accurate, smooth match and other than one miss, I did just that. This is just my second USPSA Revolver Nationals and I can count the times I have competed with the revolver in practical shooting on one hand. A foundation of years of focusing on shooting fundamentals is what allowed me to take my 2nd Revolver Title over my Smith & Wesson teammates, decorated ladies and cowboy champion Randi Rogers and the First Lady of revolver shooting, the endearing Annette Aysen.

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