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Lisa Marie Judy

January 15, 2015  |  SPONSORED ATHLETES
Lisa Marie Judy

I started shooting handguns in 2008 and quickly realized shooting just came naturally. After becoming an NRA Certified Instructor in 2010 I decided to start shooting competitively. My passion for teaching ladies and youth how to shoot was so strong that in 2011 I approached GLOCK with a proposal to host the first ever ladies only GLOCK Sports Shooting Foundation Match. GLOCK agreed and has grown in popularity, GSSF now has a ladies only side match at all of their larger matches.
Also, as NRA Certified Instructor, I was chosen to teach Basic and Action Pistol at the 2012 NRA’s Women’s Wilderness Escape, an eight day long women’s shooting event in Raton, New Mexico and I returned as Instructor in 2013 & 2014.

In January of 2013 I began training to shoot 3-Gun and working with 3-Gun Nation at the Pro-Series Matches as an assistant to Rob Romero, Director of Competitions. With my experience, passion and devotion to women and the shooting sports industry I decided to make my dream of a national major match come to fruition by teaming up with Kay Miculek for the Brownells Lady 3-Gun Pro-Am Challenge. The Brownells Lady 3-Gun Pro-Am Challenge, was held at the South River Gun Club on October 31 through November 1, 2014 and it was an astounding success. Since teaching is what I enjoy doing above everything else so I find it very rewarding to share with new shooters the knowledge and skills it takes to become a competitive shooter


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"Dear ESS, On deployment in 2012, my vehicle was struck with an IED while performing route clearance in Afghanistan. The IED flipped my vehicle, knocking me unconscious and launching my rifle into my face. My cheek, nose, and eye socket were shattered from the impact, but my eye was saved from the ESS Crossbow I was wearing. When I put a pair of Crossbows back on, you can clearly see where I would have lost my eye if I wasn't wearing them." SSG Pronzati