Match Photo and Shooting Event Archive
From 1994-2004 we took pictures and video at matches and posted them online. In the past few years it's become a lot more common for people to have digital cameras at matches. We'll still put some pictures online from events that aren't covered elsewhere. For some excellent DVDs of Texas matches (including footage of KR Training instructors and shooting team members), check out CompetitionDVD.com.
Interested in the Texas Star target? Here's a photo of the star and it's inventor, Terry Ashton. Here's a photo of the star in its shipping crate, and an MS Word file with ordering info. Call Terry at (325)655-2809 or email him at email@example.com.
Space City Challenge heat and humidity in Houston, Texas.
Area 5 the Indiana rain and mudfest.
Area 7 in Boston Mass.
Travis County SWAT team An introduction to IPSC shooting for the local SWAT team.
Blanco County Fun Shoot An mixture of IPSC, Steel and pin shooting.
Area 4 in Texarkana, TX
Space City Challenge in Houston Texas, home of NASA.
Mile High Showdown all the stages and scores!
One of favorite matches to shoot is the Texas Paper and Iron held every October in Midland, Texas. It's a 'speed-only' match using ISSA (not IPSC) targets. Some of the courses include Flying W , Time's a Wastin' , Triple Roundabout,, Double To Go, The Gauntlet, (here I am shooting from the first box), and Sgt. York's Way.. Here's another photo of The Gauntlet from the second shooting box. I'll get the course designs scanned in eventually too. I was 4th in the 1996 match, and Penny was 2nd D Limited. Click here for more information about the Texas Paper and Iron match.
Carlito's Way was part of the 1995 Friendship Classic. They built this great railroad car prop with ramps. The photo shows Grand Master Dean Jarrett (no relation to Todd) charging the ramp. Here's another photo of me shooting from the train car.
The Line Is Busy was part of the 1994 Norco Friendship Classic, held each year in Norco, California by Wally Arida. This stage required the shooter to start standing on a telephone pole. If you look carefully at the photo you should be able to see two pieces of brass in the air.
'Just The Bartender' was part of the 1994 Texas Riviera Championship.
Here's a photo from the Old MacMaehren Bought the Farm stage from that same match.