OVERLAND PARK, Kansas – Bushnell team shooters Jessie Harrison and KC Eusebio continued their dominance in the competitive shooting sports this past week at the 2019 U.S. International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) Nationals in Frostproof, Florida. Eusebio took first Overall and first in the Open Division, while Harrison won the Ladies Open Division.
“Another National championship with my Bushnell First Strike 2.0,” Eusebio exclaimed. “The Bushnell First Strike 2.0 continues to amaze me! I thank Team Bushnell for all they have done for me and the shooting sports."
IPSC shooters need to blend accuracy, power and speed into a winning combination. Multiple targets, moving targets, targets that react when hit, penalty targets, obstacles, and shooter movement are all a part of IPSC courses. Eusebio, a five-time World Speed Shooting Champion and six-time Open National Speed Shooting Champion, chose the Bushnell AR Optics First Strike 2.0 to quickly and accurately engage the variety of targets along the course.
"The First Strike 2.0 is the perfect optic for the Open Division,” added Harrison. “It allows me to see a clear crisp dot and gives me the flexibility to adjust it as match conditions change.”
Harrison is the first female shooter to achieve Grand Master status with the U.S. Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) and boasts an impressive list of accolades across five shooting disciplines, including multiple World and National Champion shooting titles. Among these are the prestigious Bianchi Cup and the World Speed Shooting Championships. For more information on Harrison, check out her Facebook fan page at www.facebook.com/jessielharrison/.
For more information on Eusebio, visit his webpage at https://kceusebio.net/