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Fourth Quarter Match Brings Out the Sharp Shooters

Despite the impending holidays and the chilly weather, A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League had 40 dedicated women in 11 chapters compete across the nation in their fourth quarter Top Shot competition. The course of fire was exceptionally difficult because it required shooting at a target that was a little more than 8 inches in diameter from a distance of 45 feet. The maximum score possible was 100 points if all 10 shots hit the 1.8 inch bullseye.

This competition was divided into centerfire and rimfire categories.

The best score in the nation was posted by the facilitator of the Beaumont Chapter, Marion Mayer, with a score of 95. She led the facilitator category and, along with bragging rights, brings home a pot of $108.

In the centerfire category, Shawn Rice, also from Beaumont, Texas, had a score of 88 and was closely followed by Carla Augusto from Newington, Connecticut, with 80 points and Wendy Troutman of Cheyenne, Wyoming, with 78. They’ll split the category pot of $120.

Taking first place in the rimfire category was Sue Crabb from Newington with 87 points. Julie Citro from Oklahoma City came in second with 76 points. She was followed by Yvonne Miller of Newington with 71 points. The rimfire winners’ pot was $35 which will be divided between these three ladies.

Thanks to all the participants and congratulations to all the winners!

Next quarter’s match will unveil the new A Girl and A Gun logo’d target produced by Law Enforcement Targets, Inc., and specially designed by AG & AG board members and facilitators.

You can get more information about AG & AG quarterly matches at or contact Sandra Kozero at

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