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In addition, competitors must conquer a mortar-rigged barbed wire fence, an unstable platform, and a bull’s eye target where elimination is just a fraction of an inch away.
Challenge winners will receive coveted prizes, such as sporting equipment and Bass Pro Shops gift cards.
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A former Marine rifle expert nicknamed “Bam-Bam,” Adam is currently a USPSA Master Class shooter competing in both pistol and three-gun events.
A country boy at heart, Alex lives with his family out in the woods and doesn’t have cable, so he’d never seen a single episode of Top Shot.
On season 3, he just missed making the finale when he was eliminated in the “Pull Back” challenge.
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Since leaving Top Shot, Adam has continued to shoot with his local SWAT team and has found a true passion in bow hunting.
ALEX CHARVAT Age: 39 Hometown: Conifer, CO Occupation: Engineer As an engineer, Alex can understand and adapt to the intricacies of almost any weapons system.
He’s not afraid to boast that no one has ever been a seven- eight- or nine-time champ either.
Brian became a shooter for the Marine Corps pistol team and hasn’t stopped competitive shooting since.