Today GLOCK, Inc. announced that Team GLOCK member Tori Nonaka won High Lady in Limited Division of the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) Area 3 match, held at the Heartland Public Shooting Park, in Grand Island, NE, Aug. 2-4,2013.
Tori Nonaka captures title in her first USPSA competition of 2013 in St. Augustine, Fla. SMYRNA, Ga. (April 23, 2013) – Today GLOCK, Inc. announced that Team GLOCK member Tori Nonaka won the Production Class High Lady title at the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) Area 6 Championship, held at the Ancient City Shooting Range in St. Augustine, Fla., April 19-21, 2013. Nonaka and […]
SMYRNA, Ga. (February 20, 2013) – Today GLOCK, Inc. announced that Team GLOCK members Tori Nonaka and Michelle Viscusi competed in the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) 2013 Florida Open in Frostproof, Fla., Feb. 15-17, 2013. The results were impressive: Nonaka won 21st overall and first woman in limited; Viscusi won 39th overall and first woman in production. “Tori and I relished competing in the Florida Open over the weekend,” shared […]
At just 17 years old, Team GLOCK’s Tori Nonaka is known as one of the top female competitive shooters in the world. In 2011, she had the opportunity to represent the USA at the IPSC World Shoot XVI in Rhodes, Greece. Tori took home two medals: an individual silver and a team gold. So it […]
Smyrna, GA (April 26, 2011) – The GLOCK Sport Shooting Foundation (GSSF) has announced that it will hold the Palmetto GLOCK Girl Shootout, the second-ever ladies only match on April 28-29, at B.E.L.T. Training, in Reevesville, S.C. GSSF is an organization of GLOCK, Inc. that stages indoor and outdoor competitions for GLOCK owners throughout the […]
It was a big day in gun world this week, on March 7, when Julie Golob appeared on Top Guns. Julie, always poised under whatever pressure is thrown at her at the time, explained three competition guns made by the company she represents (Smith & Wesson), talked about the guns’ histories and capabilities and then, […]
They are petite, but powerful. Randi Rogers and Tori Nonaka, athletes on Team GLOCK, took a few minutes to talk to me at the SHOT Show last January, and in particular about the Gen4. And in a surprising twist, Tori reveals who’s following in her footsteps.
From the NRA Blog, by Kerrin Brinkman, on results of IPSC World Shoot — “The ladies who represent the US of A also had an incredible showing, bringing home seven individual medals and three team medals. Here’s a breakdown of how our girls did on the other side of globe.” Visit the NRA blog to […]
On October 3, 2011, the top shooters from around the globe met in Rhodes, Greece, to commence competition in the IPSC World Shoot XVI. This event takes place once every three years and is considered to be the Olympics of practical shooting. The best shooters from around the world joined to compete at both the […]
SMYRNA, Ga. — Team GLOCK finished their top finishing season at they competed in the IPSC World Championships, held Oct. 2-9, in Rhodes, Greece. Randi Rogers took the title of World Champion Ladies Standard and Tori Nonaka placed second overall in the Ladies Standard Division. Both Rogers and Nonaka were also members of the Ladies […]
Going to the range can be a lot of fun; and for some, this may be the extent of their experience with shooting, and they may want for nothing more. For others though, including myself, the idea of testing out my skills by entering a competition is quite a tantalizing thought. I feel like every […]
SMYRNA, Ga. (June 9, 2011) – Team GLOCK continued their top finishing season at they competed in the USPSA Double Tap Championships, held June 3-5, in Wichita Falls, TX and the World Class Speed on Steel 2011, held June 3-4, in Old Bridge, NJ. Randi Rogers, who represented the team at the USPSA Double Tap, […]
As the 140th Annual NRA Meetings & Exhibits in Pittsburgh continues into the weekend, by all accounts increasing numbers of women are becoming shooters—and this trend is generating considerable media controversy. On April 20, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review columnist Eric Heyl published a column entitled “NRA effort to attract women off target,” in which he pooh-poohed the […]
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