Rogers’ final score of 1222.6551 points put her at 74% of the overall Production Division Champion’s score.
“Shooting at the Triple C Tactical Range was a challenge with the Texas heat and dusty conditions. Area 4 offered a fast paced match with lots of movement, hard cover shots and long courses of fire. It was a pleasure to compete knowing my Comp-Tac holsters and Smith and Wesson M&P Pro will always run in hot and dusty weather,” commented Rogers.
Fellow Team Comp-Tac shooter Gordon Carrell also competed with a high score of 1368.6036 and a 10th place overall finish.
Next up for Team Comp-Tac, Rogers and Carrell will compete in the IDPA World Championship in Tulsa, OK, September 16 – 19.
About Randi Rogers:
Randi Rogers has been shooting for the past 17 years. Starting with her grandparents in the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting and SASS, Rogers has grown into one of the best competitive shooters earning over 40 World and National Championship titles in 8 different shooting …read more