2011 US Steel National Championship Results

After some delay, here are the results from the 2011 US Steel Nationals, broken down by division.


  1. Max Michel
  2. KC Eusebio
  3. BJ Norris

Max actually set a world record with his Open time, he shot the entire match in just a hair over 75 seconds, which is simply amazing.


  1. Dave Sevigny
  2. BJ Norris
  3. James McGinty


  1. BJ Norris
  2. Dave Sevigny
  3. KC Eusebio

Steel Master

Men’s: BJ Norris
Women’s: Jessie Abbate

Open Revolver

  • Jerry Miculek

I’d list the other finishers in this field, but Jerry won by almost 20 seconds.  Shooting against him really is competing for second place.

Iron Revolver

  • Dave Olhasso

IDPA Divisions

  • CDP: Ron Pike
  • ESP: Scott Campsey
  • SSP: Tom Yost

USPSA Divisions

  • Production: Houston Shaw
  • Single Stack: Ron Pike

Interesting note from Production, Team HK with KC Eusebio and Jason Koon shooting HK P30s finished 2nd and 4th, respectively.


  • Open Champion: Jessie Abbate
  • Limited Champion: Jessie Abbate
  • Production Champion: Randi Rogers

Some random thoughts – it seems that adding the Production division to Steel Challenge was a fairly smart move.  It also makes sense that the US championships would recognize Single Stack, and the World Championships do not yet recognize that division.  However, it wouldn’t surprise me if Steel Challenge started to shed some of its divisions such as the IDPA divisions in favor of lumping everyone into Production or Single Stack.

Congratulations to all the winners, and to everyone who shot the match!  Goal for 2012: make it to the US Steel Nationals.


  1. Hmm, question, why is there a separate class for ladies only but not for men only?

    What happened to equality of the sexes?

    And why isn’t your name up there Caleb?

  2. If Miculek is in a world to himself, why not list the next three so some of us mortals that shoot revolver can get recognized? I get tired of the comments that seem to imply that revolver shooters should just give up and go home since they can’t beat Jerry.

    1. +1 on that… Not to detract from Jerry’s awesomeness, but guys like Cliff Walsh beat him sometimes…

      Now Cliff doesn’t get the same marketing and promotion that JM does – S&W/Julie Golob are too good at their marketing!

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