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Members of the Wilson Combat shooting team recently attended the 2018 Razorback Shootout held at the Central Arkansas Shooters’ Association in Perryville, Arkansas.
Wilson Combat team member Greg Martin, shooting a CQB Elite, completely swept the event bringing home the Enhanced Service Pistol (ESP) Division Champion title, along with winning Most Accurate, High Industry, and High Senior.
“All of my preparation for this match was mental. I have been working on my ability to control my breathing, my heart rate, and mental focus. I feel it was a significant part of my ability to dominate across all divisions at this match. I was confident, felt no nervousness, and shot solid. Your training and hard work can only get your so far. You have to execute a strong mental game as well.” -Greg Martin
Austin Proulx took the CDP Division title, with his with father and Wilson Combat teammate, Walt Proulx, finishing as 1st place CDP Master just 1.23 seconds behind Austin.
“This was a fun, challenging, and diverse match.Moving forward, I’ll work on moving reloads, and begin to prepare for the 2018 USPSA Single Stack Classic. My new Wilson Combat® CQB Elite competition pistol is running great. My ETM mags are still putting up to the abuse I put them through, without issue.” -Austin Proulx
Guy Joubert finished strong with a 1st place win in the Compact Carry division shooting his Wilson Combat enhanced Glock 19.
The newest and currently youngest member of the Wilson Combat shooting team, Ryan Hern, finished notably as 3rd overall in the Junior Category.
In the upcoming weeks, a majority of the team will be traveling to PASA Park in Barry, Illinois to compete in the Single Stack Classic. Good luck to Team Wilson Combat and to all other competitors!