Tactical Solutions Finish One and Two at Smith & Wesson US Steel Nationals
Titusville, FL – -(ShootingWire.com)- Tactical Solutions Rimfire products show well at Steel Nationals.
Big wins at Steel Challenge are under the belts of two of the top competitors in the world. Shooting the Tactical Solutions Trail-Lite, Dave Sevigny captured the Rimfire Title at the Smith & Wesson U.S. Steel Nationals; setting a record score of 65.72 at Thursday’s match.
“The Tactical Solutions .22 Trail-Lite barrel is very light and allows me to transition without any over swing. Topped with a C-More sight and TacSol aluminum compensator, this is a winning combination for shooters at any skill level,” Sevigny stated.
This is not the first time in the limelight for Sevigny; he also won the 2008 Steel Challenge World Championship with this same pistol and will look to defend his championship this August in Piru California.
BJ Norris, shooting TacSol’s 2211 conversion, finished second to Sevigny in the Rimfire competition and later went on to capture the Steel Master title. As one of the world’s fastest shooters and holder of three of the eight world speed shooting records, Norris is known for being one of the top competitors in the industry.
“Dave is a great competitor and we both enjoy competing with our TacSol products… I wouldn’t trust any other conversion when the margin of error is less that a blink of an eye,” Norris said.
Other top competitors shooting Tactical Solution’s products at 2009 Nationals included Jason Koon, Kay Clark Miculek, Randi Rogers, Phil Strader, Paul Dandini, Sonny Morton, Lena Miculek, and Ashley Bolda. For more information on the full line of Tactical Solutions products, come by booth # 2551 at the NRA Show or visit us at www.tacticalsol.com.
Tactical Solutions is a Federally Licensed Firearms manufacturer located in Boise, Idaho. Tactical Solutions is the designer and manufacturer of the “Pac-Lite” Lightweight Upper Receivers for the Ruger MK I, II, III, and 22/45 pistols. Lightweight Rifle barrels for the Ruger 10/22 and the “Trail-Lite” barrels for the Browning Buck Mark pistols.