On October 15th, 2010, posted in: 1911
, 223 and 5.56mm
, 45 ACP
, AR Style Rifles
, Bill Wilson
, Bill WIlson Carry Pistol
, Tactical Trigger Unit
by Wilson Combat
- Always thinking, Bill Rogers is a master instructor with an analytical mind
Spending a week at the Rogers Shooting school is a humbling and awesome experience. The high round count (3000 rounds), non-stop training and amazing steel “reactive” target array is only equalled by the professionalism of the seasoned staff. Our hats are off to Bill Rogers and crew -”Rosie” Rosel, Kyle Armstrong, and Ronnie Dodd for making our week challenging, enjoyable and enlightening.
We had some real victories-several advanced ratings with handgun and carbine alike, and the single highest score EVER shot on the rifle test by one of our compadres and Bill’s Texas shooting partner Cody Bachman. We shot mostly carry guns in carry holsters in .45, .38 Super and 9mm. We used a lot of lube and a shot a lot of Wilson Combat Custom ammunition, which likewise performed flawlessly.
If you want a fast-paced, shooting challenge above and beyond a typical weekend shooting class to bring your practical shooting to the next level, make the trek to N. Georgia. It is a true test of your shooting ability and your gear that you will never forget.
Bill Wilson, Bill Rogers and instructor Kyle Armstrong admiring an upcoming product
Bill's Bill Wilson carry with over 110,000 documented rounds.
Bill shooting the blast drill with a Spec-Ops 9 with revised fiber optic sights-available soon.
Bill Wilson shooting during the "Test" at the Rogers Shooting School-with a "Bill Wilson Carry" in .45 ACP no less.
Joyce Wilson, getting ready for the never-ending onslaught of steel targets
Joyce shooting the strong hand "blast drill"
Joyce's 9mm Classic with prototype adjustable rear sight U-notch blade
Ryan Wilson shooting a strong hand drill, getting ready for the strong hand only reload.
Christine Wilson practicing with the .22 prior to moving up to the 9mm
Bill's friend and IPSC/IDPA founder John Sayle came and shot his Supergrade in .38 Super-he is a DEADLY shot!
Bill Rogers shooting the Spec-Ops 9 and showing us "How its done"
The Rogers "grip"-thumbs forward, strong hand thumb resting on weak hand-very controllable!
9mm ULC getting ready for the big event