The Gould Brothers Exhibition Team (GBX) Joins the Winchester Repeating Arms Pro Staff.
Winchester Repeating Arms is proud to welcome the Gould Brothers to the team. Aaron and Steve Gould are partners in one of the hottest, most exciting exhibition shooting teams to enter the scene in decades. As they travel the country doing appearances they put their equipment -- and especially their shotguns -- through the ringer day after day. That is why they choose Winchester shotguns. They could shoot whatever they want but they choose Winchesters as the guns they rely on -- specifically the ultra fast Super X3 as well as the speedy Super X Pump. In coming months you'll be hearing more about this amazing team as they cross the country and create amazing shows for thousands and thousands of people like you.
Video provided by our co-sponsors at Kruger Farms.
Introducing Steve (left) and Aaron (right). Gould Brothers Exhibition team. The new GBX / Winchester Exhibition Team.
The Gould Brothers have very different personalities, but are extremely passionate about similar things. Their equipment and gear are the some of the things they are most passionate about. They promotes hunting & shooting sports, conservation, gun safety, freedom, and living with a purpose. And they are proud to support their sponsors. As one of their several sponsors Winchester Repeating Arms helps contribute to their success by providing the best firearms to do the job. Coupled with Winchester ammunition, it is a winning combination.
The Gould Brothers main focus is performing live exhibition shooting shows across the country and creating online content for people across the globe. The bios below are provided by Aaron and Steve from the GBX website.
Aaron developed a love for the outdoors and shooting sports at a young age from an uncle who would take him on walks in the woods and shooting on the family farm. It was squirrel hunting where Aaron first started to learn his skills as a marksmen and outdoorsman. As time progressed he learned how to shoot and hunt with compound bows, muzzle loaders, and of course, shotguns. The time he has spent with family and friends afield and at the range is special. Aaron says “I work and shoot with my brother every week; you cannot put a price tag on opportunities like that."
Steve's story is a little different than most professional shooters. Steve did not grow up shooting and hunting. In-fact, it wasn't until a re-dedication of faith in college when Steve's passion for shooting and hunting began. After that point every possible opportunity was spent in the field or on the range. Through hard work and determination Steve has risen to his current level of professional shooting. Steve says "My story goes to show that even if you didn't grow up hunting and shooting it's not too late to start. Many kids are growing up with out the opportunities to hunt or shoot and therefore they never become interested and slowly our heritage dies. One of our goals it to spark that interest in kids and adults to help ensure that the heritage continues."
Read the Press Release -- June 25, 2012
Winchester Repeating Arms is proud to announce a new member to their Pro Staff Shooting Team; the Gould Brothers Exhibition Shooting team. Aaron and Steve Gould are one of the most exciting exhibition shooting teams in the industry. GBX travel the country wowing crowds with incredible shooting demonstrations using the Winchester Super X3 and Super X Pump.
"We are very excited to have the Gould Brothers as part of the Winchester Repeating Arms Pro Staff," says Scott Grange, Manager of Shooting Promotions. "Not only are they great shooters, they are tremendous ambassadors for the shooting sports."
Along with displaying their amazing shooting talents at live exhibition shows, the Gould Brothers promote hunting & shooting sports, conservation, gun safety, freedom and living with a purpose. "Many kids are growing up without the opportunities to hunt or shoot and therefore they never become interested and slowly our heritage dies," said Steve Gould. "One of our goals is to spark that interest in kids and adults to help ensure that the heritage continues."