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Outdoor marketplace Continued from page 26 Ballistics App Makes Calculations Simple inchester’s popular Ballistics Calculator app is new and improved, offering the ability to calculate aiming points, impact points and trajectories for rimfire, shotgun slug and handgun hunting ammunition. “Our customers were impressed with the original ballistics calculator for centerfire rifles, but they wanted more,” said Brett Flaugher, Winchester Ammunition vice president of marketing and sales. “We listened to the great feedback we received, and now the Ballistics Calculator is improved for millions of iPhone and iPod Touch users.” Your customers will love how simple this app makes vital field calculations. To download the app, visit www.winchester.com/ballistics. W Keep Gadgets Charged In The Field With Restore I n this age of on-the-go technology, your customers need Brunton power in the field to ensure their cell phones, GPS Restore Solar Charger devices and other gadgets stay charged and ready for use. Brunton Hunting gives customers “the juice to push on” with its new Restore. The Restore, a compact solar charger, boasts an internal battery to keep extra energy on hand, and twin solar panels to keep the battery at peak capacity in less time. The Restore is ideal for charging electronics, including cell phones, iPods, electronic compasses, GPS units and digital cameras. The Restore charges from the two solar panels, a computer USB or the included DC adapter. Weighing just 8.6 ounces and offering water-resistant housing, the Restore can be easily stowed in backpacks for extreme hunting adventures. The Restore is priced at $120 MSRP. For more information, visit www.bruntonhunting.com and click “Portable Power.” Bill’s Gun Shop Earns Five Star Rating ill’s Gun Shop, located in the Twin Cities region of Minnesota, is the newest shooting facility to be honored as a Five Star Range by NSSF. The range, which has two locations, offers well-equipped facilities that are used to reach out to the public through hosting First Shots, hunter education classes and planning meetings of the NRA local banquet committee. In addition, John Monson, owner of Bill’s Gun Shop, has joined NSSF’s Range Advisory Committee. Bill’s will open a third Minnesota location in 2012. For more information on Bill’s Gun Shop, visit www.billsgs.com. For information on NSSF’s range rating system, visit www.billsgs.com www.nssf.com/ranges. 9 B Visit Us At SHOT Show Booth # 16327 28 Read SI DIGITAL www.shootingindustry.com • NEW BUSINESS YEAR SUPER ISSUE 2012

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