"The match was very challenging," Lentz said. "The stages were a mix of targets positioned at different distances, with some targets moving and some static. Through every stage, my Performance Center Model 929 revolver ran flawlessly. This is one of the 'must-attend' USPSA matches of the year, and I am extremely proud to have represented Smith & Wesson.
The event was hosted by the Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof, FL, with over 400 shooters competing.
The Performance Center by Smith & Wesson Model 929 is part of the Jerry Miculek signature line. Chambered in 9mm, this eight-shot revolver comes with a 6.5-inch barrel and is tuned by master gunsmiths. Additionally, it has a removable compensator, titanium cylinder that is cut for moonclips, and a chromed trigger with stop and teardrop hammer. Learn about the Model 929 revolver and other Performance Center firearms at www.smith-wesson.com/pc.
Read Part 1 and Part 2 of Josh Lentz's series on competing with a revolver.