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Shooting Industry June 2010 - Page 16
Industry news D avidson’s has added Bond Arms to its product line. Located in Granbury, Texas, Bond Arms manufactures the Bond Arms Derringer, and is a leader in the derringer industry in new product development. Bond Arms Derringers feature 14 interchangeable-caliber barrels. The company’s newest gun, the Bond Arms Ranger, fires 4.375 in.45 LC and .410 Buckshot. Visit www.galleryofguns.com and www.bondarms.com for more information. Davidson’s Adds Bond Arms To Line rosman Corp. announced in March the opening of a new warehouse and distribution facility in Shannon, Ireland. The facility will serve as the company’s European distribution center (EDC) and warehouse. The company says the center’s design will streamline the order flow process and ensure product delivery within seven days to anywhere in Europe. “It also underscores our commitment to enhancing service to our European customers. Rather than simply providing our standard air rifle, the new EDC will inventory product with multiple joules, allowing us to offer a larger assortment of goods to markets with different requirements,” said Marc Miller, Crosman international sales manager. For more information, visit www. crosman.com. C Crosman Opens New European Distribution F FNH USA Cuts Prices For NRA Instructors 7.0 in. B E T H E R E S I S TA N C E THERE’S MORE TO LIFE THAN WHAT’S ON THE SHELF. With 1.5 billion possible conﬁgurations, the DPMS AR is possibly the most versatile and customizable AR platform in the world. From buttstocks and handguards to barrels and receivers, a DPMS AR can be conﬁgured virtually any way imaginable. Resist convention. Resist the norm. Be the resistance. And be one of those who have resisted conformity and have made the DPMS AR their rifle of choice. Visit dpmsinc.com to learn more. dpmsinc.com 1-800-578-3767 NH USA has unveiled a new purchase program for NRA Certified Instructors and NRA Training Counselors. The program allows these certified instructors and counselors to purchase either an FNP-9 (9mm) or FNP-40 (.40 S&W) for $375, almost $300 below retail. For each pistol purchased, FNH USA will donate 10 percent to the NRA Education and Training Endowment. “We want to offer instructors the opportunity to add a goodquality pistol to their collections, to help them expand the choices offered to students who’ve not yet made a handgun purchase,” said Ken Pfau, vice president of commercial and law enforcement sales. This offer is available while supplies last, and is limited to one handgun per person. Order forms are available for download at www.fnhusa.com, by calling (703) 288-3500, ext. 123 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. 16 JUNE 2010 Read SI DIGITAL www.shootingindustry.com