CrossBreed Holsters Sponsors Shooting Star Jessie Harrison

It's a natural match to win some National Matches!

by posted on October 26, 2020
Jessie Harrison

Competitive shooter, Second Amendment ambassador and all-around wonder Jessie Harrison…is there anything she can’t do? Wanna-be sponsors have been lining up to put their dollars behind Jessie ever since this dynamo hit the shooting scene. The latest company to claim that honor is CrossBreed Holsters, and it’s a natural match to win some National Matches.

Harrison is one of the most accomplished female shooters of all time. Not only was she the first woman to achieve Grand Master status in the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA), Harrison has also garnered many wins in America and worldwide. Her impressive list of titles includes the Bianchi Cup, Steel Challenge World Speed Shooting Championships and many USPSA National Championships.

Jessie Harrison has appeared on national television to advance the popularity of shooting sports and voice her support of gun rights. She currently serves as Team Captain for the Taurus Shooting Team and enjoys hunting in her spare time.

"The support and commitment of good companies run by good people is everything to a professional shooter," says Harrison. "As a shooting sports competitor and vocal advocate of 2nd Amendment rights and practices, I am excited to have Crossbreed Holsters on my team both professionally and personally!

“CrossBreed's EDC holsters are tops in the industry for concealment and comfort,” continues Harrison, “which is why they are my go-to daily carry holsters."

This latest sponsorship is ongoing proof of CrossBreed’s support for women who hunt and shoot, such as shooting-sports superstar Lena Miculek.

What’s next for Harrison (besides more winning, of course)? Keep an eye on this space!  

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