Tim Herron secured his fourth consecutive Single Stack title at the United States Practical Shooting Association’s (USPSA) Missouri State Championship on Oct. 1. The championship – also knows as the Missouri Fall Classic – was held in Newburg at the Central Ozark Practical Shooters range.
For the USPSA Single Stack division, his favorite, Herron runs a Grayguns-tuned SIG SAUER 1911 Max in .45 ACP.
Herron shot 97.2 percent of available points, taking the Single Stack win by more than 354 points (22 percent). He won eight of 12 stages in the division, with top three finishes in all but one stage. Overall, he was 10th out of more than 180 shooters. Shooting eight-round capacity magazines, Herron put the Production division shooters (10 round capacity) on notice, beating the Production winner by 119 points (7.5 percent).
Tim also had five, top-five finishes overall, with one outright win on Stage 10. Herron’s complete shooting performance video – including all 12 stages – is available below.
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