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Revision Shooter Max Michel Concludes 2011 Season by Setting New Stage World Records and Welcoming New Daughter

Max Michel, champion shooter for Revision Military, concludes his successful and eventful 2011 season by setting new Steel Challenge World Speed Shooting Championship records and welcoming a daughter – his third child with wife Jennifer – into the world. Michel set the new World Record during the Roundabout (Stage 2) at the Steel Challenge with four runs totaling 7.96 seconds, during which Michel drew his pistol four times and hit 20 total targets. His daughter Makenzie was born at the conclusion of the USPSA Handgun Nationals held in September, where Michel won one of his two National Championship titles.

In total, Michel rounded out the 2011 season with five individual 1st place finishes, including two National Championship titles, one Team Gold in Open Division, six 2nd place finishes and one 4th place finish. This past year marks Michel’s second year representing Revision Military.

“As the 2011 shooting season comes to an end, I reflect back on a very successful year and am extremely grateful for the support Revision Military has given me,” commented Michel. “It’s truly great companies like Revision and my other amazing sponsors that make my accomplishments possible. It brings me great honor to give them two 2011 National Championship titles.”

World champion shooter Max Michel wears the Revision Sawfly Eyewear System in competition and in training.