Michael Voigt

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Michael Voigt

Michael Voigt was president of the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) from 2000 to 2012.

He later worked for Surefire LLC in the Suppressor R&D division, in addition to working with Safariland R&D.

Michael has won numerous world and national titles in handgun, shotgun, rifle, and multigun through over 30 years of competition.[citation needed] A few of these titles include the IPSC World Championship Individual titles 3 times, IPSC World Team Championship 7 times, IPSC Continental Shotgun 2 times, IPSC Continental handgun 2 times, International Tactical Rifle Championship 5 times and USPSA multi-gun 14 times.

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