16-year old West Virginia Cowboy Action Shooting champion Randi Shirley started hunting with her dad when she was only six years old. At 8, she bagged her first turkey and first deer.
At the age of 13, Randi aka Rimfire Randi won the state championship in Single Action Shooting Society. She competed under the Buckarette Division for girls aged 13 and below. She earned bragging rights when she beat other women in her division in a “Top Gun Shoot-off”. If that wasn’t enough, she also took on the men’s shoot-off champ and won the match effortlessly.
You can read more about Randi Shirley in an article authored by John McCoy for wvgazette.com.
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Rimfire Randi enjoys participates in local and regional shoots and meeting all the wonderful people who engage in this sport that relives the spirit of the Old West.
“The very best part of cowboy action shooting is the people,” she said. “Everyone is very, very friendly. It’s like being part of a big family.”
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