Miami, FL –-(Ammoland.com)- Taurus USA team Captain Jessie Harrison-Duff racked in another win at the USPSA Iron Sights Nationals in St. George, Utah. Jessie added her 20th USPSA Ladies National Title to her list of accomplishments.
Jessie competed September 29th through October 1st at the Southern Utah Shooting Sports Park. She used her custom-built gun for the Limited Division with over 250 competitors taking on the challenging course. The USPSA Iron Sights Nationals host one of the most difficult shooting courses with many highly skilled shooters who are prepared to handle the challenge.
Jessie persevered through it all, coming out on top and walking away with her 8th Ladies Limited National Title.
“Jessie continues to train hard and represent our brand with integrity and a competitive spirit. She is a positive role model for other shooters and is always willing to teach firearms safety and provide quick shooting tips to those around her,” comments Vince Abrams, Taurus USA’s Sr. Marketing Manager.
“Through the continued support of loved ones during preparation and training, I was able to add my 20th USPSA Ladies National Title to the list,” comments Jessie on her latest accomplishments. “I train long and hard but the rewards are worthwhile. I cannot express enough the gratitude I have towards my friends, family and especially my Taurus family who make this all possible.”
Duff is looking forward to her next competition action at the Georgia State USPSA Championships on November 5th at the South River Gun Club in Covington, Georgia.
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About Jessie Harrison-Duff:
Jessie Harrison- Duff has taken her shooting career from a beginner, all the way to a top-ranked professional, earning multiple World and National Champion shooting titles, in five different shooting disciplines. Among these are the prestigious Bianchi Cup and the World Speed Shooting Championships. Jessie has also ranked in numerous regional and state champion matches. Reaching this level of shooting performance in her career, defines a well-disciplined competitor and role model for the Taurus Shooting Team.