Which I suppose is only appropriate, since the full name of the match is the Smith & Wesson IDPA Indoor National Championship. Homefield advantage must be a nice thing to have. You can click here for a complete list of the scoring by division.
- Custom Defensive Pistol Division Champion: David Olhasso – 179.88 (57)
- Enhanced Service Pistol Division Champion: Bob Vogel – 150.72 (32)
- Stock Service Pistol Division Champion: Dave Sevigny – 151.86 (36)
- Enhanced Service Revolver Division Champion: Jerry Miculek – 214.35 (47)
- Stock Service Revolver Division Champion: Craig Buckland – 236.60 (39)
Special Division/Category Winners:
- High Senior: Scott Warren ESP – Master 175.58 (57)
- High Lady: Randi Rogers SSP – Master 253.74 (85)
- High Law Enforcement: Robert Vogel ESP – Master 150.72 (32)
- High Industry: Robert Vogel ESP – Master 150.72 (32)
- High International: Hans Silbitzer SSP – Master 274.20(140)
- High Junior: James McGinty ESP – Master 188.33 (47)
- High Military: Stephen Cheng ESP – Expert 248.43(121)
- Most Accurate: James Meyers SSP – Master 196.98 (28)
Congratulations to all the winners, and to Team S&W and Team Glock. Team S&W took three division wins, and Team Glock took the Stock Service Pistol Win and the High Lady win as well. In other interesting items, David Olhasso won the Custom Defensive Pistol division not with a tricked out 1911, but rather with a relatively stock S&W M&P in .45 ACP.
This is the second year that the S&W Indoor Match has been a full-fledged National Championship, and it appears to be going quite strong, and carrying the flag very well for IDPA. This is a match that remains pretty high on my list of “I want to shoot this match”, so hopefully for the 2010 match I’ll be able to bring you live reports and scores from the match floor.