“Springfield Armory has always been a tremendous supporter of Area 1 matches and we are pleased to announce they are continuing their support. Shooters will have the opportunity to win Springfield Armory firearms, including their new Range Officer model.,” said Chuck Anderson, the USPSA Area 1 director.
The match is the third of eight regional pistol championships on the USPSA calendar and will draw more than 300 shooters from around the country as well as Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming, the states that make up the Area 1 region.
Slots are still available for the match and those interested in competing can visit http://www.USPSA1.org to download the match registration form (http://uspsa1.org/
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