Martina Šerá

   
Sport: IPSC
Firearm model: CZ 75 TS Czechmate
IPSC Division, category: Open, Lady
Current World Ranking: 2


Nationality: CZE
Year of birth: 1990
City, State of residence: Jihlava, Czech Republic
Occupation: CZ Shooting Team
Languages: Czech
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2017    

1st Bathory Cup 2017 Slovakia
2nd Australian National Handgun Championship Australia
2nd Extreme Euro Open Czech Republic
2nd Canadian National Canada
     
2016    

1st Extreme Euro Open Czech Republic
2nd European Handgun Championship Hungary

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Popis

Detaily

How and in what age did you started with sport shooting in general and how with IPSC?

I started to play with guns in 2007, because my older brother made a firearm license and bought guns. It was my first experience with weapons. After 2 years of aimed fire I tried IPSC.

What do you like best about IPSC?

IPSC matches are all time original, never will shoot same stage, that’s the reason why I like this sport.  

Why did you choose CZ?

How I already said, my brother bought guns, and most of them were CZ. I started with CZ and never had bad experience so I haven´t tried to shoot with another brand.

How and why did you join CZ Shooting team?

After two years in IPSC community Mr. Milan Trkulja came and gave me the offer to be a part of CZ Shooting Team. I accepted the offer.

How do you prepare for a competition?

I like a lot of other sports as Ice hockey, motocross, squash etc. So all my free time when I am not on the shooting range I want to do some of this. I think that’s I can say that’s my physical preparation for shooting.

What is a best advice you were ever given?  

Shoot with your head, not with your heart.

STŘELECKÉ ÚSPĚCHY

2017    

1st Bathory Cup 2017 Slovakia
2nd Australian National Handgun Championship Australia
2nd Extreme Euro Open Czech Republic
     
2016    

1st Extreme Euro Open Czech Republic
2nd European Handgun Championship Hungary