Michael Voigt

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Michael Voigt

Michael Voigt was president of the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) for 12 years (2000-2012) growing the membership from 13,000 to 22,000 members, promoting the sport of 3-Gun and widening the availability of USPSA across the country.[citation needed]

Michael has recently returned to fully devote his time and talents to advancing the firearms industry and training the elite military and law enforcement units. He has won numerous world and national titles in handgun, shotgun, rifle, and multigun through over 20 years of competition.[citation needed] He has also won numerous shooting awards, including the IPSC World Championship and USPSA multi-gun (14 time winner). He is currently employed as a Technical Specialist for Suppressor Division at SureFire LLC.