Meet the core members of the Crawfish Cup Regional & State Championships team. Our volunteers work to make the Crawfish Cup an awesome experience for each and every one of our competitors!
George started the Action Pistol Discipline at the Southwest Louisiana Rifle & Pistol Club in 1987 and competed in the Bianchi Cup for the first time in 1991. Since that time, he has been hooked on Action Pistol competition, competing in the Bianchi Cup almost every year. George had a goal to upgrade the Club's ranges in an attempt to duplicate the quality of the Bianchi Cup ranges, and the result has been an Action Pistol range comparable to any in the country. Our club used to alternate holding Regional Championships with an Action Pistol club in Mississippi, but in 2011, when that club could no longer continue holding Regionals due to a lack of manpower, the Crawfish Cup was born. Held approximately four and a half weeks before the Bianchi Cup, the Crawfish Cup is the first major Action Pistol match of the year and has become a very popular event for many of the competitors attending the Bianchi Cup.
Assistant Match Director & Range Engineer
Gary wears many hats! He is a Range Officer for the Club, and is one of the core members responsible for a smooth Crawfish Cup. He is very active in all aspects of planning and preparing for the Crawfish Cup. He competes in various Regionals and the Bianchi Cup. Locally, Gary keeps our range equipment functioning properly.
Range Officer & Range Engineer
Ricky is one of the core members very active in ensuring a smooth Crawfish Cup. He is one of the Club's Range Officers responsible for range maintenance and troubleshoots any problems with the match equipment. He has competes in several Regional and the Bianchi Cup Championships each year.