Canton, Ga. –– World Champion shooter Dave Sevigny has officially broken past 250 major match wins for his career. Sevigny’s combined first place finishes in Rimfire, Limited and Open pistol divisions make him one of the winningest all-time competitors in the combined action pistol sports.
The documented win milestone for state, regional, national and world level matches was reached early in Sevigny’s 20th competitive shooting season April 20 – 22 at the North Florida Steel Challenge in St. Augustine, Florida. Sevigny’s 250 career wins were collected while competing in the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) , International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) , Steel Challenge, Pro-Am Shooting, International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA), and the NRA Action Pistol and Tactical Shooting Association.
“Keeping track of my stats all these years was done as a formality to measure my own performance and track personal growth,” said Sevigny. “Shooting sports changed my life in many good ways and I’m thankful to those who helped get me to this level. Without question, the friendships I’ve made, all that I’ve learned, and the shooting skills I’ve built mean much more than a certain number of wins.”
Over the course of his impressive 20 year competitive career, Sevigny has competed at the top levels with a variety of handgun types including striker-fired semi-automatics, rimfire pistols, 1911 single stack pistols and other 1911 inspired designs. Most of Sevigny’s wins were accomplished with Sevigny Competition sights that he designed in collaboration with Scott Warren, of Warren Tactical Series, for improved sight acquisition and speed of alignment under the demands of competitive shooting.
Sevigny’s next competition will be June 13-17 at the Steel Challenge World Championships held in Talladega, Alabama.