Posted February 8, 2019 10:30 am by Comments

By Jacki Billings

Logan Toland joins the Savage Pro Shooting Team in 2019 as the youngest member of the team. (Photo: Savage Arms)
Savage readies its shooting team for a new competition season, adding three new members for 2019. The Savage Pro Shooting Team expands to now include 3-Gun shooters Josh Eernisse, Logan Toland and Ryan Bartsch.
Eernisse is a police officer from Leota, Minnesota who competes in 3-Gun, USPSA, NRL and clay-target matches. Also from Minnesota, Toland is the youngest member of the team at just 14-years-old. Toland said after he was gifted a .22 pistol for Christmas, he fell in love with the sport of shooting. Bartsch hails from Denzil, Saskatchewan and competes in 3-Gun in addition to being a pro-staff hunter.
“We are excited to see how the team performs this year,” Marketing Director for Savage, Beth Shimanski, said in a news release. “We have a strong pipeline of products focused on competitive shooters and are eager to continue to grow our team.”
Ryan Bartsch shooting in competition. (Photo: Savage Arms)
The Savage Pro Team features F-Class, PRS and 3-Gun shooters; though, the F-Class Team will be taking a break in 2019 to return in 2020. Warren Dean intends to remain on as captain of the


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