Team SSP - Proud Sponsors
Larry W. Smith
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"I shoot Open/Unlimited division for the fun of having more, and using more optics on all guns. As I got older so did my eyes and being able to see the timer and scoring tablet was so difficult without reading glasses that it left me unable to work as an RO at local matches when I couldn’t see the timer without my safety glasses. I ran across an ad for SSP Eyewear™ on Facebook and figured I’d give their bifocals a try and the minute I put them on I was amazed at the clear view and how easy it was to read with them. The very same weekend I got my pair, I worked as an RO at a major shotgun match and had no problems seeing the timer and reading the stage brief.
Thank you SSP Eyewear™"
Team Rifenbark Armory
Team Rifenbark Armory is a team of very talented 3 Gun Competitors that have competed in a vast variety of competitions across the country. The team includes;
- Doug Young - Rifenbark Armory Team Captain
- Travis and Jenn Roth - Travis had 4 Factory division wins in 2016 while Jenn has 3 Ladies division season titles
- DJ Beebe - 2015/2016 LBSC PCC Division Champion
- Don Finkbeiner - 2012 BRASS RF Champion
- Dan Beebe - 2014 LBSC PCC Champion
- Don Baldwin - 2015 LBSC Championship 3rdUnlimited
- Tyler Sampson - 2015 CCSA championship 2ndplace
- Lisa Marie Judy - Lucas Oil Outdoor Line Team Captain
- Walt Moeller - 2016 LBSC Championship 4th
- Scott Rifenbark - CEO Rifenbark Armory, 2016 Michigan State Law Enforcement Champion
Vincent "Enzo" Parsick
Enzo Parsick is an Anthropological Archaeologist by day, and when not in the field, Enzo is teaching safety and responsible firearm handling to children and their parents. Enzo is also a competitive marksman and we here at SSP are excited to sponsor him through his competitive career.
Upcoming competitions include:
- Bay Area Rifle Championship (BARC 2017)
- Savage Long Range Hunters
Vanessa Aguilar is an 11 year old marksman from San Antonio, Texas. She actively trains in both pistol and rifle. She started shooting rifle at the age of 5 when she became curious about the weapons in her grandfathers safe and has been actively training in firearms safety and proper shooting technique since. Vanessa participates in Steel Challenge, USPSA, IDPA and SASP competitions. Her ambitions are to shoot 3-Gun competitions, gain college scholarships and enter into law enforcement. Vanessa’s current weapons include;
- S W M P15-22 rifle
- M P 22 compact
- Ruger Mark III
- A custom AR-15
- Glock 34
Matt 'Tank' Metzger
Matt Metzger, originally from Big Rock, Illinois, enlisted in the United States Marine Corps shortly after graduating high school, where he learned to shoot. He deployed in 2007 with the 6th Provisional Security Company as a machine gunner, to Djibouti, Africa to support Operation Enduring Freedom. He competes in the Indiana Multi-Gun Series, as well as several other Major events throughout the country. He remains active in the veteran community with his work at Grunt Style, a veteran owned and operated apparel company in Carol Stream, IL. His current position is the Director of Outdoor and Shooting Apparel. When not competing, he spends his time with his wife, Lauren, and children Knox and Kennedy.
Brian Boerum has been an avid fisherman his entire life. He grew up fishing small local tournaments back home in Wisconsin and did quite well over the years. After he moved away Brian drifted from tournament fishing but has decided to re-enter the competitive fishing world and enter the Northwest BASS Potholes open and will continue to compete in the 2018 Northwest Bass Tournament Trail. When not fishing, Brian spends his time with his wife Sarah who fully supports him in all his crazy adventures. He has four beautiful children. Gage (18), Toby (6yrs), Solvieg (3) and Liv (2).
2018 Northwest Bass Tournament Trail
- April/ Banks Lake (1 Day)
- May/ Potholes (2 Day)
- June/ Moses Lake (1 Day)
- August/ Tri-Cities (1 Day)
- September/ 2018 Northwest Bass Championship at Banks Lake (2 Day)
SSP Eyewear sponsored shooter Makayla Scott has been put through countless challenges throughout her childhood, but that's not stopping her from pursuing her dreams. At only 18 years old, Makayla has set her sights high on becoming an Olympic shooter after developing a deep passion for the sport thanks to her father, Telford Scott. Together, they worked to build the "Field of Dreams" shooting range in their own backyard where Makayla can continue her training as well as share her love for the sport with other young people in the community. Donate below to help Makayla turn her dreams into a reality.