Here We Will Talk About What We have Accomplished And Committed To Do.
Danny & Danyela D’Angelo
Danny D’Angelo has been competing in USPSA open and outlaw 3 gun for a few years. As a member of several “teams” Danny shoots for POF-USA, EMG Customs, Vortex optics, and Beretta to name a few. (in Open division, ALWAYS Open division) He will be the first to admit that his story is overshadowed by his oldest daughter Danyela every time. “She gets all of the attention, and I couldn’t be prouder.” Dad keeps busy shooting alongside his namesake and trying to stay just one step ahead. “For now she only beats me on a stage or two in any given match, but I fear that will change soon, and I will need to start asking HER for pointers.” “I’m honored to shoot on Team Frontier! When our division leader boards are separated by tenths of seconds, there is NO room for error, I know my FMP projectiles will group in the same hole at 90 yards, If ONLY could shoot them that straight!”
Fred uses an STI .38 Super race gun, using a 9mmp 121gr FP Match bullet by Frontier metals. He has won the Greek National jr Open in Crete 2018, The SA Championships (junior) in the same year and is working towards his South African colors. Fred is also part of the Frontier company.Fred is studying Explosives Technology when he is not shooting. Apart from IPSC he loves “testing” Frontier’s projectiles in the hunting field.
has been shooting competition for over 21 years. Currently holds a Grand Master ranking in open and limited division in the USPSA competition. This experience as help him win multiple area and sectional championships. He has multiple top 16 placements at USPSA nationals and ISPC Nationals. As a competitive shooter Eddie has also branch into firearms instruction. He had the privilege in being a guess instructor for multiple shooting camps thru out his carrier. Currently Eddie is owner and operator of EMG Customs LLC. Manufacturing high end 2011 firearms for the competition market. FMP bullets has always been an asset in Eddie’s shooting career. Every firearm we manufacture gets function fire with a high quality projectile. Every match we shoot we use the same projectile. FMP performs thats why we trust them.
Naim “Nick” Saiti
has been a top competitor in practical pistol for over fifteen years. In that time he has won area championships, regional matches, countless local matches, and consistently placed in the top sixteen at the USPSA nationals. Nick has recently reached his goal of attaining Grandmaster level classification in all eight of the USPSA divisions. (Open, limited, limited-10, production, single stack, carry optics, revolver, and pcc.)
As impressive as he is with a pistol he is also a top-level 3-gun competitor, placing in the top three at multi-gun nationals and winning the coveted Superstition Mountain mystery 3-gun match. Nick is not just a fast trigger finger but he contributes his unique perspective as a writer for RECOIL magazine. Considering himself a true student of shooting he happily imparts his knowledge teaching at Secret Weapon Training.
Nick has been exclusively shooting FMP bullets since 2008. “ Over the past ten years I have been shooting many different platforms, the constant has been my FMP bullets. They perform above and beyond expectation. No matter what gun I put them through they are more accurate than I can ever be.”
Since the age of 12, André is a member of the sport shooting community. He also has his roots in Airrifle and Pistol shooting. 2001 he owned his IPSC license and followed the call of the timer since than. But still he is participating in static shooting sports. Team Hawkersports and Team HPS Customs where the first Team‘s who picked André as Top Shot. 2013 he joined Team Tanfoglio Germany rocking the Production Division in Northern Germany and keeping up with shooting International Competitions. As well as European and World Championships. He stayed with the Gang to form the new Team Phoenix Germany. To calm down from the DVC of IPSC he is spending his time with his new born daughter, or in the farmland hunting. We know André as a shooter who is a jack of all trades. Production, Standard, Open ... no mater what, André will perform always excellent.
Mathias made first contact with guns as a teenager in a traditional gun club. Starting with Air Rifle and Pistol as well as .22 precision shooting gave hin a core of accuracy. Since nearly 20y now, Mathias is shooting IPSC. Starting his professional career with the German Tanfoglio Open Team in 2004 and also participated in the Modified Division. 2014 he was invited into Team Tanfoglio Germany, a Production Division Team. Since we already supported the Team, he also became a part of us at Frontier. We are very happy that we can welcome Mathias in the newly formed Team Phoenix Germany, were he is shooting a Phoenix Redback - Optics Ready for production optics. Mathias: „With my favorite load, 147gr. Frontier RN, 3.1gr ReloadSwiss RS12, Federal 100 Primer set at OAL 28,0 mm, the whole set up can’t be beat“
Olaf Van Essen
Olaf started his shooting career like a typical Germany, who grow up in the south, in a traditional shooting club. Beginning with Airpistole he made great afford winning several Area and National championship’s in verious static shooting sports. In 2002 Olaf cought the IPSC Virus and he participated in several European and World championship‘s as a member of the German National Team. We know Olaf since Robert selected hin in 2015 for Team Tanfoglio Germany. There he showed great performance and moved with the rest of the team over to Team Phoenix Germany, were he is winning matches in Production Senior category, one after another. Olafs preferred load is also a Frontier 9mm 147gr RN, bullet, propelled by 3,1gr. of RS12, set at OAL 28,0 mm and ignited by a Federal 100 Primer. „I am almost fanatic about precision, my fellow shooters make fun about me, because of that here and than. But it is how it is, with the Frontier Bullets I get what I need consistency in great Accuracy“.
Nico Economakis jr
Nico is an enthusiastic shooter and has started to shoot seriously again after taking off some time for university.