Wilson Combat is Pleased to Announce: This past week history was made with the first ever IDPA World Championships held in Frost Proof, Florida.

Along with 400 other shooters, the Wilson Combat Shooting Team faced not only challenging stages, but also challenging conditions. With temperatures running in triple digits and humidity that was well, Florida, keeping the body working as well as proving the equipment for twenty-two challenging stages required both skill and endurance.

At Saturday night’s award assembly Wilson Combat Team Member Glenn Shelby became the first ever World Champion in the Custom Defensive Pistol Division shooting his CQB. Glenn’s incredible time of 299.48 seconds was more than 10 seconds faster than his closest competitor and more than 47 seconds faster than first place Master CDP. Glenn only dropped 46 points for the entire match proving not only is he fast but he takes full advantage of the accuracy potential of his Wilson Combat Pistol.

Fellow Wilson Combat Team mate Greg Martin showed his exceptional ability recording a finish of 315.73 dropping only 58 points making him 3rd place Enhanced Service Pistol Master, followed closely by Eric Fuson at 346.12 with 71 points dropped coming in at 7th place.

What a great showing for not only the now world wide IDPA, but most certainly for Team Wilson Combat. Good job guys!!

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2 Responses to 2011 IDPA World Championship Results
    I was there, and met the members of the Wilson Combat Shooting Team. They are all exceptionally talented shooters, but also some of the friendliest folks that you will ever meet. I did better than I expected but my pride wilted pretty quickly when I saw Mr. Shelby’s time. I’m pretty sure that he is using “Alien Technology”, and trains with Shaolin Monks.
    Way to go Team Wilson Combat!!

  2. Joe & Shirley Shelby October 6, 2011 at 6:09 pm

    Glenn: We are so proud of you. You have trained very hard to achieve this World IDPA Championship. Keep up the great shooting.

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