Episode 87: Luke Faust, Area 3 Candidate, USPSA M Production Shooter, Quality Engineer at Federal

Luke Faust is a USPSA Production Master Class shooter who has invested quite a bit of time and energy into shooting. He is passionate about the future of USPSA, so much so that he is running for Area 3 Director. In this episode, we dive into what he's looking to change if he were elected to the Board of Directors.
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Episode 87: Luke Faust, Area 3 Candidate, USPSA M Production Shooter, Quality Engineer at Federal

Luke Faust is a USPSA Production Master Class shooter who has invested quite a bit of time and energy into shooting. He is passionate about the future of USPSA, so much so that he is running for Area 3 Director. In this episode, we dive into what he’s looking to change if he were elected to the Board of Directors.

We also talk about what brought him to firearms, his love of CrossFit, and why he finds it important to defend oneself without a gun if needed. He shares his budget setup for competition shooting as well, and more!

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