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Industry watch Continued from page 46 firstname.lastname@example.org E-mail the Editor BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Consider all your employment options in the Shooting, Hunting, Knife, LE/Tactical & Outdoor Industry. Industry specific, key employee search firm. Candidate contact encouraged, confidential, free. All fees paid by employer. Shooting Search, Inc. 407-321-5822 www.shootingsearch.com. email@example.com industry, whether you’re a professional shooter or have never fired a gun. We have two classes: The Open Class, for professional shooters and those who want to compete at that level, and the Industry Class, for the rest of us. We even host an NSSF First Shots session the first morning of the Masters to help new shooters get started. Second, we don’t release the scores of teams or individuals. Yes, we present awards to the top three teams and individual shooters, but this is a fun event. In addition to supporting NSSF’s First Shots, the Masters has the goal of getting everyone from throughout the industry away from computers, off factory floors and out of shipping departments — and to the range — to do what we want all Americans to do: Go Out And Enjoy Shooting! Safety, of course, is not compromised. We design courses of fire that are fun — and safe — with a crew who knows how to smile while ensuring that all-important safety. Our 2010 Masters course of fire has two stages of rifle and handgun shooting, and a true sporting clays course. Plus, we’ll have a number of side matches to challenge shooters — and raise additional money for First Shots. This year’s Masters will be held at the impressive Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, Neb., July 23-24. To welcome the industry to their city, the Grand Island Economic Development Corporation and Grand Island Sports Council are hosting a Masters Welcome Reception for all participants at the Stuhr Musuem on July 22, beginning at 6 p.m. You need to be at this year’s Masters. To enter your team, or for more information, visit www.shootingindustry.com, or contact Elizabeth O’Neill, Masters coordinator, by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-888-315-3641. If you’ve entered a team for the 2010 match, recruit another company to enter a team and you’ll both receive a full-page ad in one of FMG’s Special Editions. Ask Elizabeth for details. If you would like to donate prizes for the Masters raffle to help raise money for First Shots, contact Elizabeth.We thank all of our sponsors. Without them, we could not hold this match, which is a true industry event. Yes, the Shooting Industry Masters is about the industry. It’s not about our company, or any one company in the industry. It is about all of us — the firearms industry. That’s also why the Masters is held in conjunction with the presentation of the Shooting Industry Academy of Excellence awards. Yes, that’s another FMG Publications-sponsored program — but we have no vote in determining who receives the awards. It’s about the industry. ACCESSORIES Enter Your Team Vote For Pete Brownell ere’s one of the easiest, makes-sense endorsements: Vote for Pete Brownell for a seat on the NRA Board of Directors. Pete, president of Brownells, is smart, a clear thinker and just the kind of young industry executive we need representing all of us who are NRA members. “I’ve grown up believing the NRA is the best way to protect our Second Amendment rights and our shooting and hunting heritage. I grew up in the industry, and believe I can serve as an effective link between the people who built our traditions, and those who are enjoying them today,” Brownell said. 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Zeiss Lowers Conquest Price eiss has lowered the MSRP of its popular Conquest 3-9x40mm riflescope to $399. The scope has been offered at $399 during specials in the past, but the price is now standard. Zeiss is looking for ways to deal with the turbulent economy, and to offer quality optics at various price-points, officials say. Contact your Zeiss distributor, or visit www.zeiss.com. 9 Z Sign Up For A Free Subscription To SI’s All-Digital Edition. Visit www.shootingindustry.com. www.shootingindustry.com MARCH 2010 45