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Shooting Industry January 2011 - Page 43

Outdoor marketplace AKTI Updates Website he American Knife and Tool Institute launched a new website to help the knife community — and industry — stay up-to-date more easily on pertinent news and issues. Knife advocates will find extensive legislation updates, educational materials and other current knife information at the new site. While some of the material is available only to members, much of the site caters to all knife users and provides resources for everyone who uses a knife as a tool — whether for work, recreation or as part of their everyday lives. “We want to build on the work we’ve done and the reputation we have as the organization for those who work with or benefit from knives, and to support those who have questions about legal knife usage,” said Jan Billeb, AKTI executive director. Visit the new website at Continued from page 40 T Savage Recognized For Supporting Youth Programs avage Sports Corp. deserves two thumbs up for its support of youth shooting sports programs. The Youth Shooting Sports Alliance (YSSA) recognized the company for donating 90 .22 caliber rifles in support of programs like the Boy Scouts of America, 4-H and other youth clubs. “It is extremely important that the individual regional shooting sports programs are properly equipped with current products that are safe, easy to handle and user friendly, so as to encourage youth to participate and enjoy the sport with the best technology available,” said Ron Coburn, chairman and CEO of Savage. “Our industry has always been supportive of youth programs, and we are particularly proud to be a part of YSSA and their proactive shooting initiatives.” For more information on the full line of Savage firearms, visit S Disse Outdoor Gear Adds Dealers isse Outdoor Gear, manufacturers of shotgun cases, packs, range gear and accessories, has launched a campaign to sign up dealers. “The team at Disse takes pride in their line of products, and believes your business and customers will benefit from the quality and attention to detail that goes into all of their products,” Disse officials say. To become a Disse dealer, visit and click on “Become a Dealer.” D Nosler Offers Stimulus Plan N osler kicked off its Sportsman’s Stimulus Plan promotion with a “Buy Two, Get One Free” deal on select boxes of NoslerCustom Trophy Grade and Trophy Grade varmint ammunition. To participate, customers must purchase a minimum of two boxes of identical ammunition. The eligible products are .223 Remington 40 gr. Ballistic Tip, .22-250 Remington 55 gr. Ballistic Tip, .308 Winchester 165 gr. AccuBond, .308 Winchester Match 168 gr. Custom Competition, and .30-06 Springfield 165 gr. AccuBond. Complete promotion information is available at The promotion, which began on Nov. 15, runs through May 15, 2011. 9 Ongoing Programs, Rebates & Promotions For a WEEKLY updated listing, visit SI DIGITAL Bonus Consumer Promotions: Carl Zeiss Sports Optics Up to $200 rebate; Zeiss Winter Specials Promotion Through Jan. 31 LaserMax Up to $60 rebate; Uni-Max Red or Green Through Jan. 31 Leica Sport Optics $500 off a Leica ER Riflescopes; with trade-in of any brand riflescope Through Jan. 31 Nosler Free Trophy Grade and Match Grade ammo; Sportsman’s Stimulus Plan Through May 15 RCBS $10 rebate; $50 purchase $50 rebate; $300 purchase Through March 31 Winchester Ammunition Rebates up to $50; waterfowl ammo $5 rebate; select rifle/slug ammo Through Jan. 31 Dealer-Only Promotions: Carl Zeiss Sports Optics Up to $200 rebate; Zeiss Winter Specials Promotion Participating dealers are featured on the Zeiss website and given marketing support Through Jan. 31 McGowen Precision Barrels 30% off; retail pricing for new dealers E-mail your Programs, Rebates & Promotions to: 43 NEW BUSINESS YEAR EXTRA 2011 •

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