KC Eusebio

Competitive shooting has given me skills to succeed, including discipline, respect and hard work. My family introduced me to this safe sport, and seeing more families out on the range today brings a huge smile to my face.

KC Eusebio was born and raised in California. He developed a passion for shooting through attending his father's competitions as a young boy. Eusebio began shooting competitively at the age of 8 and by his tenth birthday, he became the youngest Master class shooter in USPSA history. Through hard work and his father's training, he became the youngest Grand Master in USPSA history at the age of 12; a record that still stands today.

With a strong shooting pedigree and natural talent, Eusebio developed a knack for speed shooting and began competing at steel matches, and ultimately, the World Speed Shooting Championships (Steel Challenge). At 15 years old, he became the youngest winner of the match and accomplished his lifelong dream of becoming a World Champion. Winning this match served as a spring-board for his career and allowed him the opportunity to compete worldwide after joining the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit.

After his enlistment in the U.S. Army ended, Eusebio was recruited to shoot for Team GLOCK. He also works as an instructor for GLOCK, Inc. With more than 15 years of competitive shooting under his belt, the job was a natural fit for Eusebio. He goes to work every day with a smile!

Eusebio's dream is to make GLOCK a household name so that one day people who work hard and have determination could also hold the same position to support shooting competitions.

For Eusebio, shooting isn't just about winning; he also enjoys showing that firearms are both safe and a great pastime for families.

When he's not on the range or at the office, Eusebio enjoys rolling on the mat and training in Brazilian Jiujutsu. With such a hectic schedule, he also loves staying at home and watching movies with his fiancée.

2003
World Speed Shooting Championship Match Winner/Overall Champion
World Speed Shooting Championship Youngest Winner (Age: 15)

2007
Steel Challenge National Championship Match Winner/Overall Champion

2008
World Speed Shooting Championship Match Winner/Overall Champion
IPSC World Shoot Silver Medal
IPSC World Shoot Led U.S. Team to Gold Medal
IPSC World Shoot Top Junior

2009
USPSA National Championship 2nd Place

2010
Steel Challenge National Championship Match Winner/Overall Champion
Steel Challenge National Championship Match - Set world record for fastest time ever shot (78.01)
World Speed Shooting Championship Match Winner/Overall Champion
USPSA National Championship Match Winner/Overall Champion

2011
IPSC World Shoot - Shoot-off Champion
IPSC World Shoot - Bronze Medal

2012
Steel Challenge National Championship Match/Overall Champion
Philippine Nationals Match Winner/Overall Champion

Steel Challenge Records:
World Record Holder for Overall Match time (79.16 seconds)
World Record Holder for Smoke and Hope with an average run of 1.84 seconds
World Record for 3 stages of the Steel Challenge (Smoke and Hope, Speed Option, and Showdown.)

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