Madison, NC – -(Ammoland.com)- Para USA, LLC (“Para”) is proud to announce that Team Para USA member Lee Wills won the United States Practical Shooting Association’s (USPSA) Virginia/Maryland Sectional Championship – Junior Division, Single Stack competition.
“All of us at Para USA are tremendously proud of Lee’s performance,” said Travis Tomasie of Team Para USA. “His sportsmanship, integrity, and relentless fortitude are inspiring – Lee has set an example for everyone to follow.”
Wills began shooting at the age of nine and was the youngest in the history of USPSA to make B Class in the Single Stack Division. Now at the age of 12, Wills has been through countless surgeries to correct a hand disability. Despite these challenges, he has ascended to the top of the junior ranks – all while leading tremendous fund raising efforts for the Wounded Warrior Project.
The match consisted of nine courses of fire and over 240 rounds fired. The USPSA Virginia/Maryland Sectional Championship was held at the Fredericksburg Rod and Gun Club on May 18-20, 2012.
Wills competed in the match using a performance-class, Para 40SS. For more information on Para USA and their line of innovative pistols, please visit www.para-usa.com.
About Para USA, LLC
Para USA, LLC., (“Para”) is headquartered in Pineville, N.C. Founded in 1985, Para has built a solid and enviable reputation for innovation, performance and reliability. Firearms enthusiasts, serious shooting competitors and law enforcement agencies choose with confidence from a wide and growing variety of Para pistols. Para’s revolutionary high capacity frame and light double action (LDA™) trigger systems are part of the innovation that Para has brought to the world-famous 1911 design.