Shooting Industry Masters 2013 Photo Gallery
Brownells’ Marc D’Aguanno celebrates lowering his time on his second run through the “Cowboy Trio” portion of the handgun stage.
An FNH shooter sights in a long-range shot on one of the 17 side matches — a record for this 11th annual event.
At the Freedom Hunters Fling & Fly Side Match, a member from Team Nation’s Best Sports wears an embroidered Masters’ logo on her team jersey.
The relaxed atmosphere at the Masters enables teams to step up and film teammates —Galco’s Mike Barham takes advantage of this, getting some first-eye footage.
On Galco’s Main Street, the Glock Side Match garnered a lot of attention from Masters’ participants.
Bon Delfay, of Team GunBroker.com, leans in for a closer look at one of the many challenging courses on the shotgun stage.
The rifle stage featured Winchester’s Model 1873 Short Rifle. Renae Waltemath, of Team Hornady Industry, cycles the lever gun to get back on target.
Team Howard Leight’s Eric Lloyd provides Blaire Jaspers with some helpful tips to hit her next clay target.
The FNH USA Cowboys & Aliens Side Match garnered a lot of attention thanks to including a grenade launcher in the course of fire.
Team P2K’s Susan Sledge takes out a clay target en route to winning the title of High Lady for the Open Class.
The rifle stage featured two segments: “Prairie Dog Pandemic” sponsored by Ruger and “Cody Buffalo Jump” sponsored by Hornady.
Rachel Vandevoort of Shooters Supply Team-2 celebrates hitting some targets on a challenging portion of the shotgun stage.
Shooting Industry interviewed Walther’s Mark Thomas, who was thrilled to take part in this year’s event.
Leilani Smith, of Warne Scope Mounts, looks to improve her time during her second run through the “Cody Buffalo Jump.”
In a tribute to the West, the shotgun stage featured a coach gun. Dan Goetz, of Warne Scope Mounts reacts.
Stephanie Pastusek of Team XS Sights brings some western flair with a levergun on the handgun stage.