Tell us a little bit about yourself.
My name is Jordan Crowe, I'm 29 years old. Born and raised in BC. My profession currently is a tower crane operator and loving it. I am a firearm enthusiast and love my history.
How did you get into trapshooting?
I've been shooting since I was about 14 years old, my uncle took me to Mission Rod & Gun Club for the first time and since then I've been shooting long rifles. We used to shoot trap on and off and mainly participated in the ALS shoot and did the New Year's shoots but never fully committed to this passion of mine till my first winter league in 2021.
What club do you belong to?
I'm a member of the Pitt Meadows Rod & Gun Club because I love the atmosphere and the people.
What shotgun do you use?
I used to shoot my Winchester Model 101, but recently I've been using my Beretta UGB25 Xcel and my Browning Trap Max.
Did you shoot competitively before trying the LMFV league?
No, I never shot competitively before this.
Did you participate in the LMFV clinic? If yes, what was your experience with the clinic?
Yes I did, the clinic was very helpful and that is also where I met Victor who I still squad with to this day.
What was your experience during your first LMFV league shoot?
I thought it was fantastic and I was hooked immediately.
What do you like about the LMFV league?
I love the community it brings, the fellowship and the competitiveness it brings out in me.
What are your accomplishments in trapshooting thus far?
In the second Winter League I participated in I placed fourth in unclassified and Team Club Champion. Following that, in my LMFV Summer League I won D Class runner up.
I've also never missed one event in the LMFV League.
What advice would you give to those who are new to trapshooting?
My best advice is to go out there and just have fun, don't think about awards and trophies. Those will come in time. The best thing to do is to learn from seasoned shooters and soak up their knowledge.