The 2001 Montana State Championship was the first large W.F.D.A. Chairman sanctioned contest held in Montana. It was a 3 out of 5, 3X Standing Blank Elimination contest.
The contest site of the Montana State Championship was the Stetson Ford dealership in Big Timber.
The Faw boys demonstrating their style. The five year-old twins, and their three year-old little brother demonstrated their Fast Draw skills before shooting commenced each day.
Bill Duff and Jim Yager shooting it out in B division.
Anita Burnham and her daughter Terri Evans competing in the Women's A division finals.
Darryl Blinn, Gary Tryon and an unknown shooter in a "bye" in Men's A division. A bye is shot when there are an uneven number of shooters in a division. the last three shooters drawn in that division all shoot a single shot at their targets. The shooter with the fastest shot wins the bye and gets to sit out the round while the other two shooters fight it out. One person will walk away with an "X".
The trophy winners from all six divisions.
The AA division winners of the 2001 Montana State Championship,
Howard Darby and Joyce Tryon.