Team Comp-Tac’s Randi Rogers won her seventh consecutive Indoor National Ladies Championship title at the Smith & Wesson IDPA Indoor National Championship held February 25-28 in Springfield, Massachusetts. With her final time of 247.46 seconds, Rogers finished ninth Master in the Stock Service Pistol Division where she competed with a Smith & Wesson M&P Pro pistol.
“Competing at the Smith and Wesson Indoor Shooting Center is a one of a kind experience. This is the only match all year that I shoot indoor and the complex stages, low light scenarios and challenging shots require each competitor to stay on top of their game. I really enjoyed the match and was able to take home lots of ideas on what to practice next,” said Rogers, Team Comp-Tac member and Sales and Marketing Manager for Comp-Tac.
Comp-Tac Victory Gear was fully involved at this year’s Indoor National Championship as both a stage sponsor of the match and a vendor. As the top competition and concealment holster brand among IDPA members, Comp-Tac operated a busy vendor’s area which was a hit with shooters throughout the competition.
“IDPA consistently surveys their members on what equipment they use, and Comp-Tac has been named the leading holster brand for the last three years. IDPA members know we don’t just build holsters, we use them. We carry them on the range for competition and carry them every day for concealment. The opportunity to speak with competitors and customers at matches to learn what they want, and what they need, is a key to our success,” explained Gordon Carrell, a Team Comp-Tac member and the company’s General Manager.
Next up for Team Comp-Tac, Rogers and Carrell will compete in the Smith & Wesson PanAmerican Invitational Championship taking place March 25-28, in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
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by Dennis Adler / Mar 5, 2015