Great news came from Bulgaria concerning the IPSC shooters, the members of the Team CZ Shooting. In the Kolio Open, the first IPSC competition held there, the team captain Alexander Koussev took first place in the Standard Division using the CZ 75 Tactical Sports pistol, 40 S&W calibre. The police champion, Simeon Dimchev, won the first tournament in the Production Division with the CZ 75 SP-01 Shadow pistol. Another member of the Team CZ Shooting Bulgaria, Rossen Hristov, (also using the CZ 75 SP-01 Shadow) took second place in the same division.
In the second round of this indoor competition shooter Alexander Koussev won the Production Division with the CZ 75 B pistol of the standard design with a 9x19 calibre. Rossen Hristov of the Team CZ Shooting Bulgaria took third place by achieving the same result as another great shooter, Plamen Kostadinov.
This was also an equally promising start to the season for the IDPA circle. Alexander Koussev, the shooter of the Team CZ, who was shooting in this competition with his new gun, the CZ 75 B of the standard design with a 9 mm calibre, won the first national IDPA classification. Alexander also achieved a maximum score and the best time at the first stage.
The Team CZ Shooting Bulgaria is expected to achieve additional victories in the Level III International Competition, the Veliko Tarnovo Open, and is busily preparing for the top event of this shooting season, which will be the IPSC European Rifle Championship, which will take place in Bulgaria this year.