Competitive Shooting

Jay Lim Audio Podcast

Viewers of Top Shot Season 2 love him or hate him. Jay Lim has been the center of drama among the shooters of the Blue Team. His unconventional shooting techniques may seem to set him up for failure, but time and time again we’ve seen him pull through in the clutch and come out with a win. That is, until last week. After the Red and Blue Teams were done away with and the participants donned their green jerseys for the individual competition, Jay found himself once again sent to the elimination challenge. We called up competitor Jay Lim to talk about his background in the shooting sports and his experience on the History Channel’s new reality TV Show.

Listen to the podcast live using the player below, or download the entire .mp3 file here.

Follow Jay Lim on his Facebook Page, or on his website at

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Comments (12)

  1. Hi All! I was looking for the links to Jay’s FB page. It’s not posted here as promised! Jay: What’s next on the horizon? New show? Shooting competition?

  2. Thank you all for your support! You can send me messages and talk to other fans on my facebook page “Jay Lim – Top Shot Season 2” We’re having a fun shoot/meet and greet on the 30th at OC Indoor Shooting Range. Jamie, Kyle and I will be there. Hope you can make it. See you all soon!

  3. You were great in Top Shot Jay. It was fun to watch you compete. You kept it interesting and had a great attitude despite the way you were treated by those other jerks on the show. You were a true competitor. I’d love to see you on similar shows.

  4. Thank you Jay. You have shown many people that it is possible to hang with the big boys and that they may not be as good as you first thought.

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