Houston, Texas – Comp-Tac Victory Gear’s Randi Rogers is widely recognized as the top woman shooter in the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting and proved it this past weekend when she won, for the tenth time, the Single Action Shooting Society’s (SASS) Overall Ladies World Championship at End of Trail in Edgewood, New Mexico.
SASS is the national governing body for Cowboy Action Shooting, which is an all-steel target competition featuring single-action revolvers, lever-action rifles, and pump-action or double-barrel shotguns of a pre-1900 design. Cowboy Action participants take on Old West–style aliases and dress in period attire to compete against the clock in this multi-gun sport.
Rogers, who shoots Cowboy Action under the alias Holy Terror, is 16th overall of the 550 competitors in the championship. This year marks the 11th time that Rogers has placed in the top 16 at the championship.
Rogers is the current women’s world champion in Cowboy Action Shooting and in International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) competition. In addition, she is the current Ladies National Iron Sight Champion in Steel Challenge Shooting Association (SCSA) and has won the High Lady title at the Smith & Wesson International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) Indoor Nationals, the IDPA European Cup and the IDPA Carolina Cup.
“Cowboy Action Shooting is where I learned how to shoot, and every year I look forward to competing at End of Trail,” said Rogers. “I owe all my success in the shooting sports to the skills I developed competing here in Cowboy Action, and the great coaching I received from my grandfather, and from multi-time World Champion, Evil Roy.”
“One of the great things about Randi is the breadth and diversity of her shooting skills. We brought her on at Comp-Tac to expand our sales and marketing department, as well as our shooting team. And while Comp-Tac is focused on the modern shooting sports, like IDPA, and the concealed carry, personal defense and law enforcement markets, we could not be more proud of Randi’s accomplishments in Cowboy Action Shooting. Now we just have to get her out back into one of our new Kydex holsters,” joked Comp-Tac owner and president Gregg Garrett.
In addition to competing at End of Trail, Rogers arranged Comp-Tac’s sponsorship of the SASS Wild Bunch competition, which took place immediately prior to the SASS world championship, June 17–19.
Next up for Rogers and the rest of Team Comp-Tac is the Texas State IDPA Championship, which takes place June 29 in Greenville, Texas. Houston-based Comp-Tac Victory Gear is also sponsoring that match.
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