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Shooting Industry March 2011 - Page 14
Industry news A Aimpoint Updates Website Utah Celebrates John M. Browning Day tah celebrated Jan. 24, 2011, as “John M. Browning Day” at the Utah State Capitol. Browning was born in Ogden, Utah. Utah Governor Gary Herbert made a formal presentation of the official state resolution to Christopher Browning, the great grandson of John M. Browning, at a ceremony on the capitol steps. In turn, Christopher Browning presented the governor with a new Browning 1911-22 rimfire pistol as a gift from the Browning Arms Co. to the people of Utah. Hundreds of firearms enthusiasts and history buffs turned out to view the scores of rare, historic and unique Browning firearms displayed in the State Capi- Utah Governor Gary Herbert (left) presents the resolution to Christopher Browning, great grandson of John M. Browning. tol rotunda. impoint has launched a new website, offering users more features and information. The site includes a customized feature for the U.S. market. Visitors will be able to go directly to the U.S. home page, where they will have access to information specifically for the Aimpoint U.S. market. The new website presents product information by market segment: hunting, sport shooting, law enforcement and military. The product comparison guide allows visitors to narrow their options by application and features. Users will be able to find their dealer of choice through the “Dealer Locator” and “Where to Buy” functions. Visitors will also have access to Aimpoint downloadable movies, screensavers and wallpaper. Visit www.aimpoint.com. U LaserMax Partners With Sales Agencies aserMax is partnering with Sokol Associates to provide national sales support for dealers and distributors in its 17-state Midwest territory and across the country. LaserMax also has partnered with the Carrera-Werner Sales Co. for sales representation throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region. LaserMax will continue to support product sales, customer service and warranty support through their Rochester, N.Y., facility. For more information, visit www.lasermax.com or call 1-800-527-3703. L Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity Widely Successful CORBON Launches L.E. Training Center ossy Oak’s newest pattern, BreakUp Infinity, is now available on products from more than 100 Mossy Oak licensee partners. “Since 1995, Break-Up has not only been our most successful pattern, but the most successful pattern in history,” said Toxey Hass, Mossy Oak founder. “This latest evolution of Break-Up uses the most advanced digital technology to create never-beforeachieved depth of field, eye-confusing contrast, and perfect realism.” The pattern can be found on apparel, hunting accessories, décor, firearms, archery equipment and many other products. For more information, visit www. mossyoak.com. 14 MARCH 2011 M C ORBON has launched a new endeavor, the CORBON Law Enforcement Training Center (CLETC). The firearms training center, located in Sturgis, S.D., offers training for law-enforcement agencies, officers and civilians. The facility offers handgun, rifle and shotgun training at various tactical ranges and in a state-of-the-art classroom. A wide range of instruction, including NRAcertified courses, will be offered for L.E. personnel, beginners and advanced shooters. Equipment, gear and ammunition will be available for purchase at the onsite Pro Shop. For more information and a class schedule, call (605) 347-4544 or visit www.corbon.com. Subscribe to SI Digital: www.shootingindustry.com It’s Free! Read SI DIGITAL www.shootingindustry.com Courtesy of Browning