Ryan first starting shooting in 2005 where he shot his first IDPA match. From then on, he began his competitive shooting career shooting IDPA and USPSA matches from time to time, but he later found his true passion for the 3-Gun division. Throughout his 3-Gun career, Ryan has taken home many wins from both local and national level matches.
Nick is a lifelong hunter and shooter who previously worked in law enforcement. He discovered competitive shooting in 2012 where he attended his first 3-Gun match and became instantly hooked on the fast-paced run and gun sport. Since then, he has spent the past 8+ years honing his shooting skills and taking home many match wins with several top 10 finishes.
Mike Sexton is a 20 year Marine Corps veteran retiring in 1992 as a Chief Warrant Officer. Since retiring, Mike became a competitive shooter competing in IDPA, USPSA, and 3 Gun for over 20 years. He has also attended numerous military and civilian training academies. He is a certified NRA firearms instructor teaching pistol, rifle, and shotgun courses in both competition and personal defense for over 18 years. Mike is currently the Range Master for the 3 Gun Nation Regional events and the Match Director for the Upstate 3 Gun matches
Max first picked up a gun when he was 15 but shooting didn’t fully capture his interest until 5 years later when he discovered competitive shooting. Shortly after, he participated in his first USPSA match on his 21st birthday and never looked back. He first started off shooting 3-Gun and .223 Carbine matches before discovering his true passion for PCC & Open divisions.
Matthew is a US Army Special Forces combat veteran who has extensive law enforcement and special operations experience. He is ranked as a master class shooter with pistol and carbine by both the USPSA and the IDPA. Additionally, Matt is a lifelong martial artist and former national level competitor. Through his business that he runs with his wife, Greybeard Actual, he provides advanced training in firearms, tactics, and combatives to law enforcement, military, private security contractors, and responsible, armed citizens.
Logan is 29 years old and lives in Grande Prairie, Alberta with his wife and two sons. He grew up around firearms from a very young age like many Canadians do, plinking and hunting with long guns. Logan loves shooting of all kinds, but his true passions are 3 gun and IPSC. He has only been shooting competitively for about five years and is loving every bit of it. He rapidly climbed up the rankings and landed as one of the top three open division 3gun shooters in Canada. As of 2020, Logan has also started shooting production optics in IPSC and qualified as a Grand Master in his first match.
Lewis is a competitive shooter from the smallest state in the country, Rhode Island. Lewis shot his first gun in 2010 when he realized that shooting at stationary paper just wasn’t from him. Only two years later, he began shooting in local bowling pin competitions and instantly became hooked. A year later, he was introduced to the sport of 3-Gun and shot his first match in 2015. The rest is history, what started off as his passive hobby became a full-blown obsession in which he dedicates much of his time to becoming the best shooter he can be. Lewis’s motto is “The pursuit of perfection powers progress”.
As a multifaceted individual, Lanny is a 3 time Olympic bi-athlete, a professional artist, cook, speaker, and shooter. Lanny grew up shooting small bore competitions as well as hunting and fishing in Colorado. She competes in 3-gun, biathlon, ISPC, PCC, 2-gun, and USPSA events. When she’s not competing, Lanny teaches courses to military, law enforcement and competitive shooters on how to shoot with an elevated heart rate and under stress and is also a Babes with Bullets instructor.
Being a hunter for much of his life with a strong inclination towards competition, Josh found his true passion for competitive shooting shortly after retiring from his professional road cycling career in 2014. Since then, Josh has found great success shooting USPSA Multigun matches and has turned 3-Gun competitive shooting into his full-time job.
Josh began competitive shooting IDPA matches in 2014 and just four years later he took gold at the 2018 IPSC Shotgun World Shoot in the Open division. Much of his competition shooting has been focused on Multigun (3-Gun) and Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) in which he has taken home many match wins. Josh is also a former professional MMA fighter.
Jason began competitive shooting in 2010, first starting out by shooting bowling pin matches. He then began competing in IDPA which was quickly followed by USPSA competitions. It wasn’t long after when he ventured into the sport of 3-gun. Competing in 3-gun is now Jason’s main focus, using USPSA as supplemental pistol practice and also attending every shotgun match he can to hone his shotgunning skills.
Dillen has been shooting professionally for over 7 years, becoming even more serious about competition shooting in recent years. Since then, Dillen has competed in over 20 major matches and many more club matches. He primarily competes in the Tactical Optics division within 3-Gun, but he also has won matches in Limited/TacIrons, Open, and Tactical Optics at various levels of competition. Dillen enjoys shooting both bay based matches and larger natural terrain matches.
Dani Jobin found her passion for shooting upon joining the Marine Corps at the age of 17. This passion grew in the years following and she joined the competitive shooting community in early 2018. Weber Tactical is her go-to gear choice for not only competition shooting, but also for concealed carry. The quality of the gear is unsurpassable and reliable even when pushing the boundaries of the gear. Dani enjoys competitive shooting because it pushes her as a person and there is always something for you to work on. The community is amazing and it quickly becomes your family! Fun fact: Dani grew up in Foristell, MO which is only a few minutes from Weber Tactical headquarters.
Corinne Mosher is a firearms instructor and competitive shooter from Overland Park, KS. Corinne entered the arena of competitive shooting by taking part in 3-gun competitions beginning in early 2014. Since then, she has quickly gained a national and international following on social media sites. Corinne has competed in nearly 10 competitions in less than a year and recently took 2nd place in her division at the historic ladies only 3-gun competition in Atlanta.
Cheyenne Dalton first started shooting with her Dad at a young age, and began participating in shooting competitions soon after. Cheyenne started shooting rimfire challenge and USPSA in 2014 and then 3-gun in mid 2015, winning several state titles and having many local match wins in her first two years alone. She enjoys the outdoors and loves to go fishing and hunting as much as possible.
In addition to handling almost all aspects of the business she runs with her husband, Greybeard Actual, Angela is also an avid shooter herself. She has completed several hundred hours of formal firearms training in her first two years of shooting and now shoots competitively in both IDPA and USPSA matches.