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From the GearScout blog:
The win for 300BLK is significant because it shows a use for the round outside of clearing rooms in unfriendly nations. 300BLK allows shooting sports competitors to use the lightweight and ubiquitous AR platform to compete effectively against heavier, higher caliber guns.
From Tactical Wire:
The 2011 USPSA Area championship schedule is as follows:
– April 15-17 – Area 6 Championship, Universal Shooting Academy, Frostproof. Fla.
– June 16-19 – Area 5 Championship, PASA Park, Barry, Ill.
– June 22-26 – Area 1 Championship, Albany Rifle and Pistol Club, Albany, Ore.
– August 11-14 – Area 3 Championship, Heartland Public Shooting Park, Grand Island Neb.
– September 1-4 – Area 4 Championship, Double Tap Ranch, Wichita Falls, Texas
– September 1-4 – Area 8 Championship, Fredericksburg Rod & Gun Club, Fredericksburg, Va.
– September 9-11 – Area 7 Championship, Harvard Sportsman Club, Harvard, Mass.
– November 9-13 – Area 2 Championship, Rio Salado Sportsman’s Club, Mesa, Ariz.
Team SureFire Stands Tall on the Podium at USPSA Multi-gun Nationals
Fountain Valley, CA — SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of high-end illumination tools and tactical products, is proud to announce Team SureFire’s incredibly successful weekend at the USPSA Multi-gun Nationals. Women’s shooting captain, Maggie Reese, was crowned the female Open Division National Champion for the second time in a row, and every member of the team placed third place or above in their divisions.
“Last year’s championship was so incredible that it was hard to wrap my head around because it was my first win and just my second competition,” said Reese. “This year is just as exciting, but it’s also more satisfying because now I have a whole team to share it with.”
Reese, a Southern California native, just started shooting competitively three years ago. Now she’s a back-to-back national champion in her only two attempts. Reese signed on as SureFire’s female shooting captain only two months ago and now has won another national championship for one of the most dominant teams in the sport.