Liberty Lubricants Sponsored Shooters
My name is Wyatt Gibson and I am 19 years old. Shooting has been a big part of my life since I was about 6 years old. I started to shoot by helping my grandpa test targets for his steel target company MGM Targets. I gradually became more accurate and soon I decided to shoot my first local pistol match. At age 6 the only people I would beat were the people that got disqualified, but I had an absolute blast shooting with my parents and grandparents. Every weekend we would go to the local match at 6 o'clock in the morning to help set up and then shoot the match and then help teardown. About 3 years later my dad started competing in 3 gun. I went and shot a 3 gun match with him but didn't care as much for it as pistol matches.
Ever since I can remember our family has been holding the MGM Iron Man 3 gun. I always would help set up and teardown but I had never shot it. Every year everyone would ask if I was going to shoot the match but I would always say maybe next year. At 12 years old I finally decided to try my hand at the intimidating MGM Iron Man. The day before the match I made up my mind to compete in trooper division.
In trooper division I had to carry not only my gear but all of my ammo for the day, but I was allowed an ammo can in the trooper shack. I could store any extra ammo I had in it for the match. No one was allowed to help me carry my 3 guns and ammo, I couldn't carry my stuff little by little to the next stage and I couldn't accept anything from anyone. That includes ammo, food, or any other gear like guns, bipods or magazines. So I was pretty much on my own.
My second three gun match, ever, had started. I timed out on every stage but I had an amazing time! My second day didn't go as well as the first. A broken extractor on my shotgun moved me into scoped tac because I had to use my dad’s shotgun to finish the match. After my experience at the Iron Man I was hooked… goodbye pistol hello 3 gun!
At this point my parents and I started to travel to matches like the Rocky Mountain 3 gun and the Superstition Mystery Mountain 3 gun. I love to travel and I love shooting 3 gun.
My first couple years of 3 gun I was always at the bottom of the results. Slowly without me noticing, I moved up the list.
I started shooting at 32 after deciding there was just too big of a chance for an ambulance ride with motocross and bull riding. Shooting is so much safer!
USPSA was where I started early in 2006, but after shooting my first 3 gun match, I decided that was going to be my primary focus. Requiring the shooter to be skilled with rifle and shotgun as well as pistol is what makes 3 gun such a challenge for me.
Other shooting disciplines I regularly compete in besides 3 gun are, long range rifle, USPSA, and Steel Challenge.
I make it to most of the nation’s top 3 gun matches, and I do my very best to be a good representative of all my sponsors. Great sportsmanship, integrity, friendliness, and patriotism are just a few of the characteristics I try to demonstrate at every event I attend.
In an effort to help grow the shooting sports and give back to the community, I frequently do “ladies only” handgun classes and junior classes at very low rates, or even no charge.
Due to my busy travel schedule, I’ve had to cut back quite a bit, but over the last couple of years, I’ve started two Steel Challenge clubs in the Treasure Valley that have grown to over 60 participants on a weekly basis.
Another program I am involved with is the MGM Junior Pistol Camp and the MGM Junior 3 Gun Camp. It is a competition shooting camp for junior shooters held at Parma Idaho every July. We have six of the world’s best shooters (multiple national and world championship titles) as instructors for the pistol camp, and are able to take up to 65 kids over the two and a half day class. We have the same number of instructors for the 2-1/2 day 3 Gun Camp. This year I was honored to be selected as one of the instructors for the 3 Gun Camp. We have been told by several parents that this was a “life changing event” for their child. It is a great program that has produced some of the top shooters in the world.
My name is Casey Ryan and I am 18 years old.
I live in Southern Idaho and am very dedicated to shooting. I started shooting and competing in January of 2015. I love shooting so much because it's an extremely fun sport that pushes and challenges the participant both mentally and physically. It has also opened doors to new friendships and experiences for me.
I currently shoot USPSA and 3-Gun.
I have shot the following major matches:
SureFire World Multigun Championship, 2015
Seekins Precision 3 Gun Team Match, 2015
USPSA Multigun Nationals, 2016
MGM Ironman Scoped Tactical, 2016
Northwest Multigun Challenge, 2016
3gun4vets Tac Ops Shootout, 2016 (Top Lady & Top Junior)
SureFire World Multigun Championship, 2016
Seekins Precision 3 Gun Team Match, 2016
I have also attended the MGM Junior Shooters camps in 2015 and 2016.
I have a full schedule of matches for 2017 and will be posting them as they happen.
Mike O'Leary is a relative newcomer to USPSA. Mike shot his first match in March of 2014 shooting the Limited division.
Since then Mike has progressed to Master in Open division and in 2016 has had some great overall finishes at major matches such as: Area 2 Championship finishing 26th overall, Area 1 Championship finishing 7th overall and Oregon State championship finishing 2nd overall.
Son of Doug Evancic, former member of the USPSA National Team World Champions. Matthew has been trained and mentored by his father in the sport of shooting and gun safety his entire life. Matt has been certified by the Department of Energy’s 18 week, 720 hour, Security Police Officers training course. This course consisted of all aspects of security training needed to perform work at the Idaho National Laboratory, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, to include 280 hours of extensive firearms training. Matt finished at the top of his 30 classmates. Matt’s true passion has always been with teaching and shooting. He has many hours of training, at different ranges in the Treasure Valley and has evolved his shooting to be able to train individuals with a wide variety of levels of expertise. Matt knows what it takes to become a very skilled shooter and is eager to share his knowledge with anyone with a desire to learn. Matt is a very competitive and focused shooter but an extremely patient and enthusiastic teacher excited to teach others what he knows and lead them to become successful with shooting on a variety of levels, from basic self-defense tactics and handling for the beginner, to the individual looking to improve their competitive shooting skills and abilities. Matt has a USPSA master classification and is RO certified
I'm Fausto Vaca I'm from Chattanooga Tn, and I love shooting guns...
I am the business owner of Fausto's Auto Repair and Performance in Collegedale, TN and I have been an automotive technician for 30 years. Married to my amazing wife for 28 years and a father to 3 children who have all supported me through my growing business and hobbies. My first passion has been working on fast cars but my second passion is
shooting guns "fast"!! Spending time at the range has turned into a form of therapy for me after those long stressful days at the shop!!
I started shooting IDPA competitively since 2012 , and then in 2013 I was introduced to 3 Gun and I have been hooked ever since! I am currently holding a Semi-Pro classification in 3 Gun, and I am also a class A shooter in the PCC division of USPSA.
I'm an avid competitor trying to meet my goal of winning a championship and at the same time spreading the good word about the products I use on my journey to the top .
I have been lucky enough and thankful to represent some great companies that support our competition shooting! I am looking forward to new opportunities this year and getting closer to reaching my goals!
Zachary "Zeps" Szczepkowski
I grew up on a farm in the Coal Region of northeast Pennsylvania, and began shooting there as a young child. I shot clay birds often and would hunt on the farm in almost every season. Shooting took up the majority of my time.I came back to shooting in late 2011. I began with USPSA pistol for a few months and found out about 3 gun soon after. In my first year I did well competing at SMM3G, Pro-Am, USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals and more.
Since then the progression has skyrocketed, with many top 10 Major finishes over the 3 years. I've also been ranked #1 3GN 2015 Semipro and won my division twice at a National level match.
I love supporting our community! I am always responsive and approachable to fellow competitors, everyday shooters, and the interested public.
Notable finishes -
2017 - 8th Tac-Ops Superstition Mountain
2016- 7th Place Surefire Worlds Multigun
2016- 3rd Place Cedar Valley Multigun
2016- 3 Gun Nation Pro Series Competitor(Invited, could not attend)
2016- 5th Place Superstition Mystery Mountain
2015- 3 Gun Nation Pro Series Qualifier Competitor
2015- 8th Place 3GN Western Regional
My name is Brady Lawing and I am a 15 yr old, home schooled, competitive shooter. I have been shooting competitively for 2 yrs. Outside of shooting I love to hunt, fish, and playing baseball. I am very thankful to be able to do what I Love to do, and can't wait to see what God has in store for my future!
Team Liberty Shooter, Brady Lawing is American Marksman Jr National Champion and 3rd place overall winner!
2017 USPSA Area 1 Single Stack High Lady, High Junior, 2nd Place B Class
2017 USPSA Area 2 Single Stack High Lady, High Junior, 2nd Place B Class
2017 Jamaica Invitational Limited High Lady, High Junior
2016 Zion Classic Single Stack Division Winner
2017 Junior Single Stack Champion
2017 USPSA Area 1 Production High Lady, 3rd Place A Class
2017 USPSA Area 2 Production High Lady
2017 Jamaica Invitational Production High Lady, High Junior, High Overseas Competitor.
2016 Surefire World Multigun Championship High Overall Junior
2016 Western States Single Stack High Junior
2016 Berry’s Steel Open High Lady