Randy Lee, Pistolsmith
Randy Lee offers 25 years of experience in the firearms industry. During this time, he has set the standard in competition revolver action work, high performance parts for the Smith and Wesson revolver and the M&P line of pistols. With a BS in Engineering, Randy ensures the quality and durability of parts carrying the Apex name.
Since 2005, Randy has been a senior instructor for the California Specialized Training Institute, focusing on officer safety/field tactics, shotgun & handgun operations. He is also a staff instructor with GrayGuns, Inc for the last six years.
On the competition circuit, Randy has placed in the top 20 overall at the International Revolver Championships for the past six years. He has also competed in multiple USPSA, IDPA and Steel Challenge shooting events as well.
Scott Folk, Pistolsmith
Scott Folk (a.k.a Flork) comes to Apex from a machining and gunsmithing background that has prepared him to face any challenge that's thrown at him.
At Sac EDM & Waterjet, the nation's fourth largest such facility where he worked for 10 years, Scott developed his CNC EDM and Waterjet expertise and rose through the ranks to ultimately manage the EDM department.
Prior to joining Apex Tactical, Scott worked for five years in various roles with well-known Master Gunsmith Bruce Gray of Grayguns, Inc. serving as an Apprentice, a Gunsmith and Shop Foreman for the custom gunsmithing operation known for specializing in H&K and Sig Sauer pistols. In his years with Grayguns, Scott also taught Practical Pistol shooting side by side with Bruce at multiple Grayguns Training courses across the United States.
While working with Grayguns, Scott joined the Volunteer Search and Rescue Team with the Wheeler County Sheriff's Office. During his involvement with Search and Rescue, Scott began training to become a Deputy Sheriff and was sworn in as a Volunteer Reserve Patrol Deputy in October 2008 and served Wheeler County for 1 year before he joined Team Apex.
Lisa Farrell, Office Administrator
Lisa Farrell (a.k.a. Squibby) is a seven time International Stock Revolver Champion with I.C.O.R.E. (Int'l Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts) and holds other national and regional titles in the various action pistol sports (USPSA, Steel Challenge, IDPA, and Rimfire events). As a Sig Sauer Sponsored Shooting Team member, she was invited to compete at the 2005 IPSC World Shoot in Ecuador and subsequently assisted the U.S. Revolver Team in placing 1st in the team event - bringing home the Gold.
Armed with a Masters degree in Health Science, Lisa holds education in the highest regard. She was recruited as a Revolver Instructor for the National Shooting Sports Foundation's Media Education Seminar Program. Since 2000, she continues to offer community service firearms-safety instruction for adults (primarily women) and juniors in the San Luis Obispo area. In addition to teaching, Lisa has been an active member of her home range from coordinating local venue matches, fund-raising events, board member and serving as Match Director of the successful 2007 Inaugural Ruger Rimfire Challenge.
Lisa was the official "Cat Herder" for four years, working as a Production Assistant for Michael Bane on SHOT Show TV, Shooting Gallery, Cowboys, The Steel Challenge and other special events. Additionally, she has served as a media contact at local and international events; promoting media coverage by pitching stories, providing print material about the shooting sports and broadcast interviews.
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