FNH USA Gals Take Home High Lady Honors Across 3 Open Competitions

The ladies of team FNH USA have taken home top honors in the first half of the 2012 season. Dianna Liedorff and Karla Herdzik both claimed High Lady titles in Texas, North Carolina, and Missouri.

Liedorff secured her first victory at the LaRue Tactical Texas Multigun Championship in April, in which she earned High Lady in Open Division by shooting an impressive 62% of the match winner. And because one High Lady title is never enough, she went on to the CMMG Midwest 3-Gun Championship in Missouri and secured the honor that Open competition, too – this time shooting 61% of the match winner. Liedorff expressed her joy over competing: “This was my second match to shoot the Open Division. I’m getting the hang of this Open game and I’m liking it!”

Herdzik claimed her High Lady honor over in North Carolina’s Tarheel 3-gun Challenge. Much like Liedorff, Herdzik shot 61% of the TacOps match winner and landed 18th place overall. She said, “This was my first major 3-gun match shooting for Team FNH USA, so I’m thrilled to start off on such a high note. My rifle shooting really carried me through the match. It’s true what they say – ‘Chicks dig SCARs’ and I’m really loving mine!”

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