Taurus Shooting Team Captain Jessie Duff placed first in the 2015 Single Stack National Championships, which took place at PASA Park in Barry, Illinois this past weekend.
According to the press release, this year’s match included over 400 national shooters of every skill level competing in the various stages. Duff won eight out of the 14 stages to take first place in the Ladies Division. This marks the second time in the 2015 shooting season that she has finished ahead of the competition.
“Single Stack Nationals is one of my favorite matches each year,” said Duff. “This competition allows me to shoot the Taurus on such a high level of competition. For this match I chose minor power factor over major, providing two extra rounds per magazine, as well as minimizing recoil for faster target acquisition. I can’t give enough praise to the USPSA and the 1911 Single Stack Society for the great job they did this year, designing fast-paced and exciting stages. This makes for a fun match for both competitors and spectators.”
Next up, Duff will compete in the Bianchi Cup, which is scheduled for May 20-23 in Columbia, Missouri.
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by Personal Defense World / May 12, 2015