Jake Reed won the match, followed by CMP’s Keegan Singleton in second place and Randy Arrowood placing third.
Practical shooting provides for challenging pistol techniques, while also enhancing self-defense.
The sport of practical shooting—which has a shared lineage with NRA’s action pistol—tests the skills of competitive shooters during matches that feature fun and difficult scenarios that constantly change in a dynamic environment.
USPSA matches will be held monthly at Talladega Marksmanship Park on Range 5.
The latest USPSA match in Talladega consisted of six different stages, featuring cardboard and steel targets—both stationary and moving—as well as obstacles to provide shooters with an exciting course of fire.