Tag Archive: Mandy Bachman

Jul 25

Mandy Bachman Defends Title with Wilson Combat CQB Elite

Wilson Combat’s® Mandy Bachman Defends Title (ArmsVault.com) – Mandy Bachman traveled to Elkhart, Iowa to defend her High Lady title at the Iowa State IDPA Championship. Mandy used her full sized Wilson Combat CQB Elite chambered in 9mm to shoot in the Enhanced Service Pistol division. She finished the match as High Lady, 3rd ESP …

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Jun 26

Team Wilson Combat Wins At Wisconsin State IDPA Championship

Team Wilson Combat® Wins At Wisconsin State IDPA Championship (ArmsVault.com) – Wilson Combat team members, Greg Martin, Austin Proulx, Les Kismartoni, and Mandy Bachman traveled to the Wisconsin State IDPA match on June 17th, 2017. The match was held at Schultz Resort Rod and Gun Club in Muskego, Wisconsin. The team had a successful match and …

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Jun 16

Wilson Combat Shooting Team Recap

Another Successful Weekend For The Wilson Combat® Shooting Team (ArmsVault.com) – Members of the Wilson Combat® shooting team traveled to multiple matches on June 10, 2017. Austin Proulx, Walt Proulx, and Pat Doyle traveled to Rio Rancho, New Mexico to shoot the Central New Mexico Scorcher. While Eric Fuson and Mandy Bachman traveled to Tulsa, …

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Sep 24

Wilson Combat Shooting Team Results 2016 IDPA National Championship

(ArmsVault.com) – Wilson Combat is proud to release our shooting team’s latest results from the 2016 IDPA National Championship held September 13-17 in Cresson Texas. We are extremely proud of all their hard work and multiple achievements. They are all excellent ambassadors for our company and always exhibit impressive shooting skills and sportsmanship. CDP Champion: …

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Apr 22

Wilson Combat Shooting Team’s Mandy Bachman

We had the chance to sit down with Mandy Bachman, one of the Wilson Combat Shooting Team’s newest shooters. Mandy is steadily accruing strong performances and wins, so we asked for a behind the scenes look at what went into her early success as the only female on the shooting team. Two matches and two …

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