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Kay Clark Miculek
Kay Clark Miculek

Firearms Instructor
Family Information:
Married, three children, one granddaughter
Ellie May - Lab / Bassett cross & Obe - Cat
Favorite Color:
Favorite Food:
Pasta & Steak
Fun Facts and Unique Qualities:
Since I closed my retail gun store and "retired", I do nothing but work. Good thing my work is also my play!
Hobbies, Interests and Other Talents:
Travel, Music, Trying new things!
USPSA Divisions in which I compete:
Open, Limited, LImited-10 & Single Stack
My classification(s) within USPSA division(s):

Limited: A
Limited-10: U
Open: Master!
Production: U
Revolver : U
Single Stack: U

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How I first got into shooting:
My father was a gunsmith and competition shooter. I was born into it.
My preferred shooting
My shooting style is still evolving. In the past I have been very accuracy oriented. I am now trying to increase my speed but my points are suffering. Like all of us, I'm still looking for that perfect mix of accuracy and speed. I like technically challenging stages. I also like stages that provide lots of opportunities to shoot on the move.
Primary Sponsor(s):
Smith & Wesson
USPSA National Championships that
I have won:

USPSA Open National Champion - 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006
USPSA Limited National Champion - 2006
USPSA Multi-Gun National Champion - Open Division-1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

My National finishes among the Top 8 Women:
USPSA Open Nationals - Top 8 Women - Every year since 1991
USPSA Limited Nationals - Top 8 Women - Every year I have competed. Not exactly sure but around 9 or 10 times.
USPSA Limited-10 Nationals - Top 8 Women - 2009
USPSA Single Stack Nationals - Top 8 Women - 2008, 2009
USPSA Mulit-Gun Nationals - Top 8 - Open Division. Every time I have competed except 2009. 1991 thru 1999 and 2004 thru 2008. (DQ'ed in 2009)
My most prestigious titles are:
1: - 2-Time IPSC Women's Open World Champion
2: - 3-Time member of IPSC Women's Open World Champion Team
3: - 9-Time USPSA Women's Open National Champion
4: - 5-Time Women's Open Steel Challenge Champion
5: - 14-time USPSA Women's Multi-Gun Open National Champion
Why I like shooting USPSA matches:
You never know what to expect. It tests not only your shooting skills but your cognitive skills as well.
What I would additionally like you to know about me:
Competition is what drives me. I love to compete. I love to set a goal and then push myself to accomplish that goal. Rarely is my goal to win. My goal is to be the best competitor I can be. If I accomplish this goal I am happy with my performance no matter where I end up on the score board. After all, if you never lose, the competition is too easy.
My favorite USPSA event is:
I love the Sportsman's Team Challenge because my whole family gets involved. It's a vacation combined with a shooting match. I also love the IPSC World Shoots and the USPSA Nationals because I love competing against the best women shooters in the world.
Additional Comments:

My husband and I hosted the USPSA Junior Camp for ten years. During this time I had the privilege of working with several hundred young shooters. Many of these young men and women are now counted among the best practical shooters in the country. I get much satisfaction out of calling them "my kids". I also get much satisfaction from being the head instructor for the Babes with Bullets Ladies Action Shooting Camps. More and more brand new shooters are coming to these camps each year. We often have women start out the camp with a tremendous fear of guns. At the end of camp these same ladies participate in a "mini" Practical Pistol match. The transformation in attitude, confidence and shooting skills in just two and a half days is amazing!

Profile Updated:
January 9, 2010
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