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Todd Jarrett is an American competitive shooter, firearms instructor, and filmmaker. He has both national and World titles within practical shooting, holding four world titles, nine national titles and has won more than 50 US Area championships, as well as many other action shooting events. Jarrett is the only USPSA Triple Crown Winner and holds four USPSA National titles - Open, Limited, Production and Limited-10.[1] Jarrett lives in Virginia.

Todd Jarrett

In an interview published by an Australian IPSC shooting magazine, Jarrett stated: "I got started in competition in 1983, shooting bowling pins. In 1984, I started shooting IPSC on Friday nights at an indoor range in Richmond, Va., with some co-workers."[2] Another published interview mentioned that between 1988 and 2001 he shot about 1.7 million rounds during practice. "I had a gun in my hand for two hours every day for 10 years to develop my skill level. Now it's not so much practice, but more of a maintenance thing. I wasted the first million rounds just learning how to shoot."[3]

In 2010, Jarrett announced plans to start his own 1911 manufacturing company, Strike Force Manufacturing.



Jarrett has also had more than 100 Area and Sectional Championship wins


Jarrett has been sponsored by, and is a frequent spokesman and celebrity shooter for, Para-Ordnance (a pistol maker), Dawson Precision (a M1911-series pistol maker), Crimson Trace (a pistol laser sight maker), C-More (an optical firearms sight maker), and Blackhawk Products Group (a maker of tactical field gear and gun accessories).[4]


  • Todd Jarrett's Instructional Video (VHS)
  • Blackhawk's Pro-Tips with Todd Jarrett Season 1 (DVD)

Many of Jarrett's shorter pistol shooting instructional clips are popular on sites such as YouTube, LiveVideo, DownRangeTV, and Google Video.[5][6][7]


Todd Jarrett is the cousin of former NASCAR racing driver (and now racing commentator) Dale Jarrett.

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2000-09-02. Retrieved 2009-01-18.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ [1] Archived October 14, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ [2] Archived November 1, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
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  5. ^ "Todd Jarrett on pistol shooting | Buckeye Firearms Association". Archived from the original on 2015-01-23. Retrieved 2015-01-23.
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