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Outdoor Outdoor marketplace Scottsdale Gun Club Opens Newest Location J.K. Autry I nclement weather knives and gun safes. didn’t stop massive Highlights of the crowds from attendevent were vendor deming the grand opening of os, prize giveaways and SGC•Peoria, the Scottsactivities. Local council dale Gun Club’s newest members, Chamber of Arizona retail location. Commerce representaMore than 1,300 people tives and key members participated in the Peoof the community parria, Ariz., celebration, ticipated in the comwhich included an overmemorative ribbonview of future plans for cutting ceremony. what will be the nation’s In addition, a fundlargest shooting range raising effort during the upon completion. grand-opening festivi“This is a recordties resulted in an $820 breaking opening turndonation to Fighter An artist’s rendering reveals what the new SGC•Peoria will look like. The 60,000-squareout for us, and it speaks foot facility will be nearly twice the size of the original Scottsdale Gun Club. Country Partnership, volumes about the inwhich supports the men, terest in the SGC offerwomen and families of ing,” said Chris Schnieper, president of facility with 56 lanes, including a 12-lane, Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix, Ariz. SGC•Global Industries. 100-yard indoor rifle range. The new retail SGC•Peoria sold commemorative bricks Upon completion, SGC•Peoria will be store will offer an impressive selection of top that will line the future shooting range. nearly twice the size of the original Scottsdale gear and firearms, as well as a full range of For more information, visit www. Gun Club, featuring a 60,000-square-foot tactical accessories, ammo, scopes, holsters, sgc-peoria.com. CBS is offering two rebates on its reloading accessories through the end of the year. The first gives consumers a $10 rebate on $50 purchases; the second offers $50 back on $300 purchases. Customers can use the rebates for the company’s numerous reloading accessories, including the new AR Series Dies for the .223/5.56. They feature upgraded taper crimp seaters and RCBS Offers Reloading Rebates R small-base sizers. These components increase production by eliminating common mistakes made during reloading, such as case crimp bulges and buckled shoulders. RCBS also announced an improved powder trickler, three-way cutters and pistol powder expanders. For more information on RCBS’s new products, visit www.rcbs.com. Americans the opportunity to honor these officers and tell their own stories. A special 9/11 Tribute logo embellishes a product line consisting of nine items, including shirts, bags and packs. The products will be available for shipment through Sept. 11. All the net profits from the sales of these items will go to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and the FDNY Foundation’s EMS operations and fire services. The goal is to raise a total of $750,000. For more information and to order products, visit www.511tactical.com/911tribute. 5.11 Tactical: Never Forget ever Forget” is the heart of 5.11 Tactical’s effort to honor and support public service officers who served during the attacks of 9/11, and those who currently serve. The tactical apparel company has created a special logo, a fund-generating clothing line and a Facebook page as part of this program. “I had just landed in Chicago, and noticed people were staring at the television screens. The pictures showed smoke pouring from the first tower and the second tower being hit — we were under attack. All I could think about were the people in New York City, the emergency crews and all of the families impacted. I will never forget,” said Dan Costa, CEO of 5.11 Tactical. The 9/11 Tribute Facebook page (www.facebook.com/The911Tribute), pays tribute to public service officers. It offers everyday 20 JUNE 2011 “N Read SI DIGITAL www.shootingindustry.com