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Jim Webster

January 17, 2015  |  SPONSORED ATHLETES
Jim WebsterJim Webster

Known to most simply as WEB, I  grew up in Central NY where I began shooting more than 40 years ago.   Since 1990 I have competed in IPSC, IDPA, Skeet, Sporting Clay and Archery.  In 2008 I fired my first round at 600 yards with a goal of simply hitting the paper…that day it was a 24" circle.  I accomplished my goal, but it was clear there was so much more to it than simply lining up the crosshair.  When I left the range that day I knew I needed to find somewhere to learn more about long range accuracy.  An opportunity presented itself to train with Central Virginia Tactical in October 2009 and I did not pass it by.  Over the next several years I made regular trips to CVT and progressed through all levels of civilian training that was offered.  In 2010 I entered my first F-Class competition.  

F-Class matches are generally conducted from 300 – 1000 yards with X-Rings measuring .5 MOA (e.g.  1.5"@300 yd and up to 5" @ 1000 yd).  My specific discipline F-T/R is fired from the prone position and limited in caliber to .223 or .308.  This discipline places a premium on wind reading and precise reloading techniques to insure consistent accuracy.

I have been a member of the ESS Shooting Staff since 2013.

Homestead: Beacon NY – located on the East Side of the Hudson River just North of the West Point Military Academy.

Home Range: FORBES, Albany NY



  • 2013 NYS Long Range Champion

  • Top Tens at the Remington Championship 2013 and 2014; Eastern Canadian Regional 2014 

  • 21 Gold Medals since 2012

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"Dear ESS, On deployment in 2012, my vehicle was struck with an IED while performing route clearance in Afghanistan. The IED flipped my vehicle, knocking me unconscious and launching my rifle into my face. My cheek, nose, and eye socket were shattered from the impact, but my eye was saved from the ESS Crossbow I was wearing. When I put a pair of Crossbows back on, you can clearly see where I would have lost my eye if I wasn't wearing them." SSG Pronzati