Featuring several top shooters, including Todd Jarrett (multi-time world and national champion), Rebecca Jones (2010 Ladies Open National Champion), Sonny Morton (2010 Junior Production Champion), Tori Nonaka (2010 Limited-10 Junior National Champion) and Ron and Megan (2009 Ladies Open National Champion) Francisco, the match is drawing shooters from Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Vermont, as well as Maryland and Virgina.
“The Nevco Targets USPSA Virginia-Maryland Sectional Handgun Championship is one of the best attended matches in the region, thanks to the support of our sponsors. And with 170 shooters already signed up, 2011 looks to be another sell-out,” said Jeff Salzberg, match director.
Using a half-day format, the Nevco Targets 2011 USPSA Virginia-Maryland Sectional Handgun Championship features nine stages with a 250 round count. The early registration fee is $85 and goes up to $100 after May 6. Juniors can shoot the match for just $55.
Shooters are encouraged to take advantage of the early registration discount and secure a slot as soon as possible. Slots are available for Saturday and Sunday morning, as well as Friday afternoon during the staff shoot. Saturday afternoon slots are already full.
The Nevco Targets 2011 USPSA Virginia-Maryland Sectional Handgun Championship is sponsored by overall match sponsor Nevco Targets as well as Aimpoint, Brownell's, C-More, EGW Evolution Gun Works, Greeley Custom, ORM Fabworks, Safariland, Shooter's Connection. Virginia Arms and Warren Tactical.
For more information, visit http://www.VAMDUSPSA.com and download the match application.
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