Local shooter is headed to nationals

Tom Crosser of Del Mar is competing in the Smith & Wesson 2009 U.S. Practical Shooting Association’s National Handgun Championships at the Desert Sportsman’s Rifle & Pistol Club outside Las Vegas this week.

The Smith & Wesson USPSA National Handgun Championships are the culmination of numerous events held throughout the country. This year’s competition will bring together more than 620 top shooters from around the nation and overseas.

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