Team Safariland Member Doug Koenig Wins the 2009 Masters International Shooting Championship for the 16th Time
Jacksonville, Florida – Safariland, a BAE Systems line of business, is pleased to announce that Doug Koenig, long-time Team Safariland member, won the 2009 Masters International Shooting Championship held at PASA Park in Barry, Illinois. Koenig used the new Safariland™ 013 Competition Holster to win the Speed event portion of the competition.
The Masters International Championship event tests shooters’ overall handgun capabilities by encompassing three different shooting disciplines in various stages of fire. In addition to capturing the title spot in the Speed event, Koenig also won the Precision and Long Range events, winning every stage of the match, showing his continued versatility as a premier professional shooter.
Arguably one of the most winning professionals, Koenig has been a member of Team Safariland since 1988, winning his 16th Masters Tournament this year, and thus continuing to add to his collection of National Championships. In addition to his Masters Championship, this year Koenig brought his son Trevor along to compete in the Junior division. Trevor followed in his father’s footsteps by winning the Junior division at this year’s Masters Championship tournament.
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