Rich Wolfe, Neil Hogue and Todd Crow Won at the 23rd Annual International Revolver Championship. (Photo: Facebook)
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Team Hogue shooter Rich Wolfe won big at the 23rd Annual International Revolver Championship (IRC), which was held at the Hogue Action Pistol Range in San Luis Obispo, California June 6-8, 2014. He wasn’t the only Team Hogue shooter to win. Wolfe was joined by Neil Hogue (2nd place) and Todd Crow (3rd place).

According to the press release, the International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts (ICORE) signature IRC event has been drawing the best revolver shooters to their event for 23 years. There were over 200 shooters in attendance competing for $10,000 cash awards and $110,000 in prizes. This year, the IRC featured 12 stages and moving targets. The 12th stage, “Far and Near Standards,” proved to be a match favorite with many shooters after it was updated with rotating targets.

The 3 day event finished with Hogue shooters once again dominating the shoot offs with Rich Wolfe defeating fellow Hogue shooter Eric Leach in the Open Class, Dave Olhasso winning the Limited Division and Josh Lentz winning the Classic Division.

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