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Brodie McIntosh becomes 2019 Australasian Champion

Brodie McIntosh becomes 2019 Australasian Champion

Tigershark Brand Ambassador Brodie McIntosh competed at the 2019 AA’s in Philippines held at the Magnus sporting range in Batangas. This event attracted best IPSC shooters from all over the World with over 1,000 competitors entered.
This event is a Level 4 and is on par with the IPSC World Shoot in prestige.
24 stages is scheduled over 5 Days. 

Brodie Finished 2nd outright only just being beaten by JJ Racaza for
outright first. Brodie’s overall 2nd place also helped the Australian Open Team to secure the top spot.

Brodie says "Tigershark bullets are the finest competition projectiles that help me keep winning. If you don’t believe it just look at the photo of the partial swinger!" (see below) Brodie uses Tigershark 123GN Round Nose in his Open gun

January 12, 2020 by Steve Hoy

New Stock Arriving Next Week

A quick update to advise that after extensive delays in shipping our recent factory order - due to our cargo now being considered "weapons of war", and further delayed due to a new requirement to have the container fumigated, we will finally have more stock of 123HP's and 158 HP's next week.  Please feel free to place your order understanding that we will send it as soon as possible.

Please also note that the couriers are all flat out leading up to Christmas with parcel deliveries/pick ups around 3 times the normal mount. Some delays to the usual shipping times will likely occur during this busy period.

December 06, 2019 by Steve Hoy

TGRSRK or HAPS?

Without doubt Hornady Action Pistol (HAP) bullets have long been considered the benchmark for accuracy particularly for those needing precision at longer ranges. HAP's are a jacketed hollowpoint and their construction is quite different from Tigershark copper plated bullets. The manufacture of HAPs provides a very precise and uniform construction that leads to great accuracy when teamed with quality pistols and loads.  While Tigershark's are constructed differently due to the design, rigorous quality control and uniformity, the accuracy that can be achieved with Tigershark's is as good, or at least very close to HAP's as can be demonstrated in the photos below (using Tigershark 123HP's) - and they're less than half the price. Grab some now.

Tigershark vs HAPs

These groups were shot using the same pistol and load by one of our Tigershark customers so thank you to Greg Armstrong for allowing us to publish the results of his work. 

November 12, 2019 by Steve Hoy