Above: Ashley Rheuark shooting her GLOCK 34 at last month's USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals. Photo by Candice Horner.
Team GLOCK's Ashley Rheuark won a second consecutive National Championship in the Ladies Tactical Division at the 2017 USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals, held in Las Vegas, NV, this past April. Approximately 270 competitors attended this year’s match, which required shooters to navigate 13 challenging multi-gun stages using a rifle, pistol and shotgun.
“What a great weekend it was at the 2017 USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals in Las Vegas. Pete Rensing and his staff put on a great match and I was able to defend my Ladies National Title in Tactical for the second year in a row. It was a great time and good to see all my friends,” Rheuark stated.
For pistol, Rheuark used a GLOCK 34, along with 125-grain HAP bullets from Hornady. Additionally, she was using Taran Tactical Innovations (TTI) customized products. As a surprise to no one, “they ran flawlessly throughout the match,” said Rheuark.
Not only did she win the Ladies Tactical Championship, Ashley Rheuark finished 18th out of 152 overall in Tactical. Photo by Candice Horner.
For shotgun, she used a TTI Benelli M2 with Pure Gold Shotgun Chokes. Rheurak expressed, “The Pure Gold Spreader choke worked perfectly for the whole match.”
Rheurak and her TTI Benelli M2. Photo by Candice Horner.
Her TTI TR-1 rifle was equipped with an ECL trigger from HIPERFIRE and topped with a Swarovski Z6i scope. Rheuark was feeding the TR-1 with Asym Precision 55- and 75-grain rifle ammunition.
Rheurak shooting her TTI TR-1 rifle with Swarovski Z6i scope. Photo by Candice Horner.
About Ashley Rheuark
Team GLOCK's Ashley Rheuark hails from York, SC, and has been a competitive shooter for six years. At age 10 she learned of her talents with a rifle while deer hunting with her dad. Subsequently, she attended a basic pistol class and fell in love with the sport of competitive shooting.
Rheuark competes in a variety of shooting disciplines including IDPA, USPSA, and 3-Gun. Previously, she has won the 2013 and 2014 IDPA National Junior Championship, the 2015 IDPA Lady World Champion, and the 2015 3-Gun Nation Nationals Lady Champion. Now, she adds a second consecutive USPSA Multi-Gun Ladies Tactical National Championship to her career thus far.