The Team SIG shooter successfully defended her 2016 High Lady victory, earning a $15,000 payday as the top female competitor at the championship.
"This year's competition will feature an added bonus for the top eight overall finishers as they will have the chance to walk away with a $5,000 payday compliments of SIG Sauer," said Starlight organizer Jim Shepherd.
Competitors and spectators can shoot Inland Manufacturing reproductions of military firearms in a live-fire 3-Gun competition.
It's not often you go to a match where both staff and competitors need to don glow sticks.
The Starlight 3-Gun Championship is the result of a collaboration between industry leaders and Jim Shepherd, founder of the Outdoor Digital Network. Its goal is to build entertaining and engaging competitions that bring shooting sports to mainstream athletes and spectators. They found a perfect partner in the NRA at the inaugural NRA Freedom Weekend.