Team Ruger's Randi Rogers Captures USPSA Win

Rogers took the first place spot in the Single Stack Division shooting the Ruger Custom Shop SR1911 Competition.

by posted on July 24, 2020
Randi Rogers Team Ruger Uspsa
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Team Ruger’s Randi Rogers has claimed another first-place divisional win at the 2020 USPSA Double Tap Championship held at the Double Tap Ranch in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Rogers took the first place spot in the Single Stack Division shooting the Ruger Custom Shop SR1911 Competition with a final time of 184.72 and scoring 1275.75 points. The match consisted of 11 challenging stages requiring accuracy and speed to make critical scoring hits on both steel and paper targets.

“The Double Tap Championship is one of my favorite matches of the year because of the variety of target sizes and distances in the stages,” said Rogers. “Looking forward to the upcoming single stack nationals!” 

For more, visit Ruger.com.

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