Berryville, Arkansas –-(Ammoland.com)- The Wilson Combat shooting team recently competed in the 2018 IDPA US National Championship held at CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park, located in Talladega, Alabama. Wilson Combat is very pleased to announce the results.
IDPA Distinguished Master, Mike Seeklander had an outstanding performance finishing as ESP Division Champion and having the best overall time of the competition while shooting his Wilson Combat® CQB Elite.
“Relentless preparation and great equipment made accomplishing a very big goal come true this past weekend, a division title at the IDPA National Championship. I am very thankful for my sponsors and supporters, Wilson Combat, Team Wilson Combat, and Safariland for their support, I could not have done it without them.” – Mike Seeklander
Eric Fuson took on the BUG Division with his Wilson Combat enhanced GLOCK 43 and came out on top winning the BUG Division Champion title. This big win also moved him up from a Master class in IDPA to now Distinguished Master.
“This was a fun and challenging new way to shoot the IDPA National Championship. I have been a competitor at the IDPA Nationals since 2005 and this was definitely a new level of difficulty for me. Shooting the GLOCK 43 wasn’t easy, but I think it will make me a better shooter in other Divisions.” – Eric Fuson
In the CDP Division, Glenn Shelby finished 2nd overall, Austin Proulx finished 2nd CDP Master, and Walt Proulx finished 4th CDP Master. Also shooting in the CDP Division was Guy Joubert who won 2nd CDP Expert.
BJ Norris came in as 2nd ESP Master with his Wilson Combat® Tactical Carry. Also shooting in the ESP Division was Mandy Bachman, who placed 10th ESP MA and 3rd in the