Shooting in the Outdoors

RANDI ROGERS - Shooting in the Outdoors

How Fast Should You Shoot?

clockI don’t get to do as much 3Gun as I would like, but I am starting to get ready for the couple matches I will go to this year. So, I break out my rifle to do a little practice and I discover something. I can’t hit anything with my rifle! Ok, so I know I hit some things but I was having a terrible practice. Now, mind you I haven’t shot much rifle yet this year, but still I know I can hit a targets at 65 yards and yet- I wasn’t! Then, someone at the range with me said- well why don’t you slow down and just aim. Duh! I swear I was doing that- but obviously I wasn’t, so what was happening?

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IDPA Indoor Nationals- Video, Press and Overall Great Time

Recently I had the awesome opportunity to participate in the Smith & Wesson IDPA Indoor Nationals. It was an amazing match! I always look forward to shooting this event as it is truly one of a kind for me in that it is the only match I shoot Indoors all year-long.

Outdoor Wire Press ReleaseThe Match brought in the best competitors from all around the country with over 300 shooters in the 5 different divisions. With so many great shooters I was honored to walk away with Top Lady and 10th overall in SSP Master. The Outdoor Wire ran a great release with all the details.

I was able to sneak away with a little shooting video and lots of photos so I put together my first ever “review” video. Overall I was very happy with my first try, and I look forward to doing more of these in the future.

Link to IDPA Indoor Nationals Review

If you ever get the chance to attend the match I highly recommend it!

#SHOTShow Day 3

 Day 3 was lots of Indistry fun for me! I was very excited to participate in a seminar for SHOT attendees out on by the NSSF. Julie Golob and I spoke about Merchandizing to Women in a Retail setting. It was a wonderful opportunity to share our observations and knowledge with over 200 people!

The other great thing that happened on Day 3 was an awesome reception put on by First Shots. They are celebrating 10 YEARS! The do an awesome job sharing the shooting experience with new shooter. Tisma Juett is an amazing lady and spoke beautifully! Plus there was cake!
 It is almost time for the final day… In some ways it make me sad, in others- I can’t wait to get home. Here we go.
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#SHOTShow Day 2

Good Morning! SHOT Show day 2 was a day of work for me. As the Comp-Tac Sales and Marketing Manager SHOT Show is a great place for business.
 During day 2 of the show I was able to catch up with:
 -vendors who supply us materials
 – customers who are looking to add more products to their ranges, gun stores and training facilities
 – shipping agencies
 – packaging experts
 – media outlets
 All in all it was a very successful day! But I did get a little tuckered out so it was an early night for me.
 Day 3 has a bunch of exciting events planned- here we go off to the races.
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#SHOTShow Day 1

Standing here in the line for breakfast I have about 5 minutes to recap day one before I start Day 2. Here are some of my favorite highlights.

A selfie with both Jim and John Scoutten! I hardly ever see them together!

Seeing myself on TV! Yup, right there in the Smith and Wesson booth. :)

The new Leupold Delta Point! Very cool new features that make it much more user friendly.

Last but not least- I bribed my fellow Comp-Tacers with some State of the Industry tickets to model a couple of Comp-Tac holsters. Best money I’ve spent all week!
 Now on to the Show!
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5 Great Things From #SHOTShowMediaDay

Media day is a fun and dusty event. With lots of new guns and a bunch of non-shooting exhibitors it really is the first of the first of the biggest show of the year. While I didn’t get to do much shooting, (dang work :)) I still saw some cool things.

1) The Comp-Tac Booth! This year we brought a new person Randy- I know great name. It was nice to have an extra person and great to see the show through a newbies eyes.

2) Smith and Wesson Guns! I did sneak a little chance to go check out the Smith booth. The ported CORE is way too much fun!

3) Winchesters Ballistic Blocks- I had never seen one of these in person. It was cool to see their display.

4) The ProMatic Thrower of all throwers! I am not an experienced Shotgun Shooter so this was unusual for me. I think it would be WAY to much fun to take this home

5)Tactical Walls- These guys were in the booth next to me. Very cool product that I think would look great in my house. Is it too early to start talking to Santa?

6) MagOrganizer- If you are like me you have mags all piled up in a tupperwear buried in your safe/ closet. Not anymore! This things is awesome and will screw/ magnet to your safe and hold 6 fully loaded AR mags. Zombie Apocalypse I have ammo ready.
 First day down 4 to go!
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