BJ Bailey started working at Gene Sears Supply/Third Generation Shooting Supply right out of college. He has been fortunate to work in the gun industry for 11 years and has been shooting competitively for about 10 years. He has lived in Oklahoma his entire life and has seen this sport grow from the small UKD matches in pastures to what it is today. BJ was one of the founding members of Oklahoma Practical Precision Shooters and has been active in the club for the last 5 years. He has been a PRS member since its inception and shot in 3 of the first 4 finales. He truly love this sport and believes we have only scratched the surface of the potential of the PRS. He is flattered to be on the BOD and looks forward to helping the PRS grow into what we all know it will be.
Jonathan Berry was born and raised in the booming metropolis of Huntsville, TX and still lives there today with his wife and 4 kids. He currently is an Enterprise Account Manager for an IT firm servicing mid-market and enterprise customers in the Houston and Dallas markets. Jonathan started shooting competitively while at Texas A&M University on the Pistol Team where he was an NRA All-American. He has been shooting precision rifle events since 2010. His shooting career highlights include four 1st place finishes, including one PRS points event and numerous top 5 finishes. However, the true highlight has been watching his young girls develop and start to love shooting and hunting as much as he does.
Shannon Kay is the owner and primary instructor of K&M Precision Rifle Training Shooting Complex. Shannon is still serving on active duty in the U.S. Army. Over the past 18 years he has operated in both conventional and Special Operation units, with multiple deployments in support of the Global War on Terror. Shannon is an avid competitive shooter when his military schedule allows time. He as had numerous 1st place finishes in the nation’s major PRS precision rifle matches and has led the PRS professional season points standings. Shannon served on the Precision Rifle Series Committee promoting and assisting with the growth and development of the precision rifle discipline through local and national level competitions from 2012-15. In 2017 Shannon launched the PRS Clubs Series; a national precision rifle club based competition series and assumed the Precision Rifle Series Director role.
George Gardner has been working in the gun business doing gunsmithing and building custom rifles for over 16 years. For the past 14 years, George has been working with precision bolt-action rifles and for the last twelve years he has been building custom rifles professionally. George has worked with the U.S. Marine Corp Precision Weapons Section in Quantico, Virginia, U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Center Armory in Crane, Indiana and the U.S. Army AMU Shop at Ft Benning, GA to gain even more information and experience. George entered the U.S. Army in 1987 serving six years as a Military Police Investigator. He graduated from the U.S. Army Small Arms School, Vilsec, Germany. George was assigned as an armorer while at the 501st MP Company then moved onto Military Police Investigations for USMCA Ansbach Germany then finishing his Military service as an Investigator at the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks, Leavenworth, KS. George then entered civilian life and later retired from North Kansas City Police Department in 2005 and stayed on as a commissioned Reserve officer till 2008 rounding out 20 years in Law Enforcement. George still works with the NKCPD as a Range Officer volunteer. George is an avid shooter who has won several precision rifle competitions and has been involved with the Precision Rifle Series since it began in 2012.
Charles "Tate" Moots
Charles “Tate” Moots has been a shooting enthusiast since he was a young boy hanging out with his dad and granddad. His shooting career started with the local IPSC match with his dad and all of the other “Big Boys” and it was during that time he decided he too would be a serious competitive shooter. He has earned some great titles and won some very large matches over the years, but the most important thing to Tate is having fun and enjoying the liberties we have here in the great United States of America. Over the past 20 years he has served in the law enforcement profession, earned a college degree, taken on responsibilities with shooting programs and ranges and worked with Wounded Warriors with the group Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA). He is blessed with a wife, daughter and son who are all amazing people and very supportive of all that he does. He competes in the 3-Gun Nation Regional series in the practical division, Outlaw 3-Gun matches in the Heavy Metal Optic or Heavy Tactical Optics divisions and sniper or precision matches in the Precision Rifle Series. Tate is also a highly respected firearms instructor and industry consultant. He believes in helping the people who will be the future of the shooting sports he loves and is honored to serve on the Precision Rifle Series Board of Directors.
Dustin “DMO” Dustin Morris is a life long resident of Rayville, Louisiana and fourth generation row crop farmer. He has owned and operated his own farm for fourteen years, specializing in corn and soybeans. Dustin is a proud husband of eleven years and father of three incredible children. In 2008, Dustin discovered his passion for long-range precision rifle shooting. He began training and competing across the country and developed a passion for the sport as he trained and competed alongside his father and younger brother. As his involvement in the sport grew, he was chosen as one of the founding committee members of the Precision Rifle Series. Morris has competed all across the country and has 7 PRS Major Match wins and several Top 10 finishes. Dustin’s biggest achievement of his shooting career was winning the Series Championship in 2013. He enjoys competing across the country, meeting new competitors and helping new men and women learn about the sport of long range shooting. Morris is a row crop farmer from Northeast Louisiana. He and his wife Ashley have been married for 11 years and they have 3 children. Dustin has been shooting his entire life and has been in the precision shooting arena for 8 years. He has been involved with the PRS since its inception as one of the founding board members. He was the 2013 PRS Series Champion and has accumulated 7 major PRS match wins to date.
Wade Stuteville was born in Alva, Oklahoma, has lived in Oklahoma his entire life. He now resides in Shawnee with his wife, Angie and his two sons, Wyatt and Sawyer. He is the owner of Stuteville Precision, a rifle shop that specializes in competition, duty, and long range hunting rifles and in barrel work for competitors, other gunsmiths, and firearms manufacturers. He is also part owner of Impact Precision, a manufacturer of muzzle brakes, actions, and other firearms parts. Wade has been competing in long range tactical rifle competitions for 15 years. In this time he has racked up an impressive number of wins including multiple wins at matches such as the Sniper’s Hide Cup and Bushnell Brawl. He was also the winner of both the 2012 PRS finale match and the 2012 series points race.
Shawn Wiseman is originally from Point Pleasant, WV. He began shooting at the age of 7 and has been an avid hunter and shooter ever since. He joined the US Army in 1992 and at the completion of his initial phase of training was assigned to 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment and from there attended and the Special Forces Qualification Course and was subsequently assigned to 10th Special Forces Group (A). Since that time, Shawn has served in various units and positions within the US Army Special Operations Command. He deployed several times to Central Asia and the Middle East in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OIF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF), and the Global War on Terrorism. He retired in September of 2015. Shawn began competitively shooting in multi-gun and USPSA in 2006 and the Precision Rifle Series (PRS) in 2014. He also competed in several Military and Law Enforcement Sniper Competitions. As a Special Operations Sniper, He found the PRS to be a far more practical sport in which to compete and was hooked after his first match. As Shawn was concluding his military service, he wanted to stay as involved in the world of long-range precision shooting as much as possible. As luck would have it, the timing worked out perfectly and he was able to take over the PRS as Director in 2015. Shawn's work as director between 2015 and 2017 was pivotal in the growth of the Precision Rifle Series.
Mike Voigt is one of the most accomplished competitive shooters in the world. He has had the amazing opportunity to be involved with firearms his entire life. Although he is most well known for pistol and multi-gun, his passion is for precision rifle shooting. Mike believes there is a very special feeling of being able to fire a round across a huge canyon with multiple winds that lands several seconds later on target! Mike served as the President of the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) growing the membership from 13,000 to 22,000 members and getting the organization involved in the sport of 3 gun. He was named PRS Match Director of the year in 2014 and served as the Match Director for the 2015 Series Finale. His shooting accomplishments are unequalled as a 14 time USPSA Multi-gun, 7 time IPSC World Champion Team Member, 5 time International Tactical Rifle Champion with his shooting partner Bennie Cooley and several other major titles and victories.