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NATIONAL FAMILY DAY and on the firing line, and the smiles it brings to their faces, it is worth all the effort to host these events for HAVA on behalf of the outdoor industry.” The event featured stages of fire for sporting shotgun, rifles, pistols and cowboy action. Smiles were everywhere, as the disabled veterans took on all shooting stages. Participants knocked down automatic-resetting steel at 100 yards, and used firearms from multiple companies, many featuring top-of-the-line optics and accessories. And, there were genuine looks of accomplishment as resetting steel Honored American American Veterans Veterans Afield Afield Hosts Hosts Honored Disabled Vets, Vets, Families Families Disabled H onored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) hosted 126 disabled veterans and active duty military personnel, plus family members, at its Third Annual National Family Day. In all, more than 225 people participated in the festive daylong shooting event at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, Texas, on Nov. 13, 2010. “We continue to have an incredible sense of pride to be involved in helping these great American heroes,” said Tom Taylor, HAVA chairman. “As we see more and more wounded warriors in the field 58 Read SI DIGITAL www.shootingindustry.com • NEW BUSINESS YEAR EXTRA 2011