LAS VEGAS, Nev.– Glock’s Dave Sevigny made it two in a row as he again took the Limited-10 national title at the Smith & Wesson 2009 U.S. Practical Shooting Associations (USPSA) National Handgun Championships.
Sevigny of Smyrna, Ga. held off Robert Vogel by just 0.481 points, shooting a final score of 1397.1343 and never finishing lower than 6th on any of the 15 stages to take the title. Earlier in the Production division championship it was Vogel who came out on top.
The battle between Dave and Bob is one of the hottest match-ups in the sport right now. Each has tremendous natural ability and immense skill, and either can win but this time it was Dave whose determination won out, explained Michael Voigt, USPSA president.
Vogel, a fulltime police officer from Wapakoneta, Ohio, finished with a final score of 1396.6533 for second place. In third was Springfield Armorys Robbie Leatham of Mesa, Ariz. shooting 1305.1814.
Rounding out the top five were Max Michel of Covington, La. in fourth with 1280.6242 and Team Smith & Wessons BJ Norris of Tyler, Texas with 1277.3862 in fifth.
The Nationals which were held at the Desert Sportsmans Rifle & Pistol Club outside Las Vegas September 11-19 drew more than 620 top shooters from across the country and around the world. For more information visit w ww.uspsa-nationals.org.
LAS VEGAS, Nev.– Glock's Dave Sevigny made it two in a row as he…
by Tactical-Life.com / Sep 21, 2009