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Joe Serafini
 Personal information

Bourbonnais, IL


Construction worker

 Competition information

Season Two
Season Five



Episode eliminated

"Season Two Finale"
"Big Boom"


Joe Serafini was a contestant of Top Shot that participated in Season Two and Season Five.

During Season Two, Joe was originally a member of the Red Team, but became part of the Green Team during the last half of the competition. He was eliminated after losing the first Elimination Challenge of the Season Two Finale.

Joe was brought back for Season Five, but was eliminated during Week Nine after losing an Elimination Challenge against Phil Morden.

Personal life

Joe Serafini is a construction worker from Illinois. He is also an expert archer with 26 championship titles in six states. He was a member of the U.S. Marines where he was the company high shooter during boot camp. He is a qualified expert with both the M16 and the Beretta 9mm pistol.

Top Shot: Season 2

Week One

Week Two

Week Three

Week Four

Week Five

Week Six

Week Seven

Week Eight

Week Nine

Week Ten

Week Eleven

Week Twelve


According to Behind the Bullet, Joe was still working in construction, and competing in archery tournaments.

Top Shot: Season 5

In 2013, it was announced that Joe would be a contestant in Season Five, Top Shot All-Stars.

Week One

In the episode Best of the Best, Joe remained safe and was not sent to the Proving Ground.

Week Two

In the episode Tricks of the Trade, Joe was chosen to shoot corn pipes with teh Smith & Wesson Model 10, where he hit two out of three. His squad was not sent to the Proving Ground.

Week Three

In Week Three, Joe competed against Kelly Bachand in a speed shooting contest with the Sig Sauer P229. He was defeated, and sent to the Proving Ground. However, he remained safe and was not sent to the Elimination Challenge.

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