Jerry Miculek is one of the best all-around shooters on the planet. His accomplishments during his more than 30-year shooting career include 52 National titles and 45 World titles. Although best known for his amazing feats of revolver speed shooting, Jerry is also one of the top Multi-Gun competitors in the world, demonstrating equal prowess with pistols, rifles and shotguns. Jerry became a member of Team Smith & Wesson in 1989. Since that time he has participated in countless competitions, performed hundreds of shooting demonstrations, and represented Smith & Wesson and his other sponsors at store promotions and trade shows throughout the world.
Mandy Bachman made her competitive shooting debut in 2015 as the lone female on the Wilson Combat Shooting Team. In 2017, just two years after beginning her shooting career, she became the 17th female to make Master Class in IDPA. Mandy’s primary firearm is a Wilson Combat CQB Elite in 9mm. When not at competitions or practicing, Mandy is employed with the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) and teaches defensive and conceal carry tactics. She also enjoys spending time with her husband outdoors. Her husband is very supportive of her newfound love of competitive shooting, and was even the one who encouraged her to be more involved at the range.
Former Navy SEAL and reality television star Jared Ogden graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 2004 and was accepted into BUD/S Class 265. After completion, he joined the SEAL Teams and served eight years before leaving the service in 2012. During his time as a SEAL, Ogden deployed four times and received a Combat Action Ribbon and Bronze Star with "V" for Valor. Over the next three years, Ogden contracted within the defense industry before representing the Special Operations Community as a contestant on National Geographic Channel's Ultimate Survival Alaska for two seasons. In 2015, Ogden co-founded St. Louis-based Triumph Systems, known for their Pivotal Trainer® and Threat Down® bleeding targets, and currently serves as CEO.