Team Ruger Competitors Take Three High Lady Wins

Maggie Reese Voigt
Maggie Reese Voigt

USA –  -(AmmoLand.com)- Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) proudly announces three High Lady divisional wins from Team Ruger competitors Randi Rogers and Maggie Reese Voigt at this year’s USPSA Henry’s Cup and Safariland Expedition Championships.

Rogers took High Lady in the production division at the USPSA Henry’s Cup Championship held at Area 59 in Rosenberg, TX. She finished with a time of 275.55 shooting the Ruger American® Pistol chambered in 9mm Luger.

“This was my first time shooting the Ruger American Pistol in competition and I loved it,” said Rogers. “The gun was accurate and fun to shoot, even on the all-steel stage.”

Newly-signed Maggie Reese Voigt made her Team Ruger debut with two back-to-back divisional wins at the Safariland Expedition UML Championship and Safariland Mike Voigt Memorial UPL Match held at the Pro Gun Club in Boulder City, NV.

Competing with the Ruger PC Carbine, Reese Voigt claimed two High Lady spots in the Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) division with a final winning time of 858.78 for the Safariland Expedition UML match and 412.62 for the Mike Voigt Memorial UPL match.

“This was my first match with the PC Carbine, so I really wanted to push the limits to see what the gun could handle,” said Maggie. “Even through 37 stages, heat, cold, wind and dust, my rifle performed through it all. I am really proud of this win and excited for the year ahead with Ruger.”

Randi Rogers
Randi Rogers

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John walker
John walker
2 years ago

Ruger fire arms

Ben H
Ben H
2 years ago

Keep it up girl James G just butt hurt because he knows your a better shot.

Ben Dover
Ben Dover
2 years ago

James G, triggered much? No one cares bout your feels.

James G
James G
2 years ago

Who’s being politically correct here? Two photos of women shooting??? Who’s kidding who? I’m not interested.

Nicks87
Nicks87
2 years ago
Reply to  James G

Is there a problem with women shooting? Acting like a sexist ret is not how you promote the 2nd Amendment, it’s how you create enemies and promote stereotypes. Gun owners are their own worst enemy sometimes.

RicksterAR
RicksterAR
2 years ago
Reply to  James G

James G , what is your problem . the ladies at team Ruger did a fine job. More women should take up the shooting sports. I detect a hint of jealousy in your rude comment !!