Savage shooting team adds new members, prepares for 2019 season
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