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Jeff Gurwitch

Jeff Gurwitch

Jeff Gurwitch

Hometown: Stationed at FT. Bragg, NC

Years of Competitive Shooting: 13

Member of Adams Arms Shooting Team Since: My first sponsorship with Adams Arms began back in 2007. I was a member of the 1st Special Warfare 3 gun Team representing U.S. Army Special Forces, Adams Arms provided me with my 1st real competition ready rifles beyond our issued m4’s. I Have been a full Team member since 2010.    

Type of Adams Arms Rifle: 16" Carbine-Length system Evo Ultralite, Both 16 and 14.5” Mid system Tactical Elites.

Greatest 3 Gun or Competitive Shooting Accomplishment: 2nd place military finish FT Benning Challenge 2008.  

Your Most Memorable 3 Gun Moment with Adams Arms: I would have to say shooting the 2011 FNH 3 Gun with fellow Soldier and team mate Mike Duskin. As it turned out this was our last major match together before he was killed in action while serving in Afghanistan a year later. We made the transition together back in 2007 going from pistol only matches to 3 gun. Back then fellow soldiers used to refer to us as the; “Jeff and Mike show” because of how we always busted on each other while practicing for and shooting matches. When we got back together for the 2011 FNH 3 Gun it was on for one last time. It was a great match and good time shooting with Big Mike.  

Advice for New Shooters:  If your goal is to do well in 3 gun don’t just shoot 3 gun matches. You can get something out of almost every shooting sport. A lot of times new shooters find it hard balancing between trying to shoot well with multiple guns on the same stage and negotiating through the course of fire itself; deciding where shoot from, which targets to engage first etc.  One of the best ways to not only learn but improve your ground game portion (how to maneuver through a course of fire the fastest) is shooting USPSA pistol only or rifle only matches. While yes marksmanship wise you are only working firearm type but game wise USPSA matches have some of the fastest and most challenging courses of fire out there. Shooting just one firearm can allow you to focus more on good footwork (going in and out of shooting boxes), shooting while moving and other skills needed to do well in 3 gun competitions.       

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