Las Vegas, Nev. – Team Smith & Wesson Captain Julie Golob won the Ladies Revolver Championship at the USPSA Nationals September 20. This makes Julie the only shooter, male or female, ever to win a national championship in all six divisions (Open, Limited, L10, Production, Single Stack and Revolver) in USPSA’s 35-year history.
Julie shot the match with a borrowed Smith & Wesson Model 625 revolver.
“I can’t stop smiling!” Julie said after the match. “I’m so happy that all my training paid off.”
“The ROs [range officers] were awesome,” she added. “We should always remember that our shooting matches would not be possible without these dedicated volunteers.”
Videos! Watch Julie shoot Stage 18 of the Revolver National Championship here.
And watch her shoot the very tricky Stage 11 here.
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