Lena Miculek is Mossberg 3GN Lady Champion

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posted on February 5, 2013
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2/5/2013

In a family affair similar to that which played out between the Harbaugh brothers at the 47th Super Bowl, a mother and daughter faced off at Mossberg's 3GN Lady Championship. Kay Miculek and her 17-year-old daughter Lena went head-to-head recently during the 2013 NRA Sports Rumble on the Range in Las Vegas, Nev. Daughter Lena beat out former Lady Champion, Kay Miculek.

The mother-daughter duo both shoot their own personalized versions of the Mossberg 930 JM Pro Series, which is a Miculek shotgun. Jerry Miculek, who went to work for Mossberg in 2010, had won competitions himself and helped to develop the 930 JM Pro Signature Series to fit the requirements of competitive shooters.

Lena won her first major championship at the 2012 IPSC Shotgun World Championship in Debrecen, Hungary.

For more information on the complete line of high-performance 930 shotguns, visit Mossberg.com.

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