The Practical Event is the long distance stage and one of the most difficult of the Bianchi Cup.
Founded in 1979 by former police officer and holster maker John Bianchi, the 192-shot NRA Bianchi Cup presented by MidwayUSA attracts the world's best pistol shooters.
Her first gun was a Mauser that her dad re-barreled. Becky cut down the stock from a Mannlicher-style stock to a traditional sportier shape. Through both wood burning and scrimshawing, she refinished the stock. Now, the gun has been used by each of her boys to shoot their first deer.
Lenseigne not only took titles in the ladies division, but also beat the men at these competitions.
The Bianchi Pro Tream member ended the season as the #1 ranked cowgirl in the world after winning a 4th CMSA World Championship in Texas. Lenseigne had the highest score out of 339 total competitors
Kenda Lenseigne won the title of Overall National Champion Cowgirl for the sixth time in April