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Shooting Industry May 2012 Digital Edition - Page 13
Field Logic Acquires Apple Archery ield Logic, maker of bow sights, targets and presses, announces the recent acquisition of Apple Archery. The acquisition includes the full line of Apple bow presses, tools, replacement parts and accessories. The terms of the sale were not disclosed. Apple Archery has relocated to the Field Logic headquarters in Superior, Wis. For more information, call 1-800-745-8190 or visit www.applearchery.com. RSR Group Announces Donations F R SR Group Inc. recently gave charitable donations to the NRA, NRA Life of Duty program, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, the Youth Shooting Sports Alliance and the Fisher House Foundation. “We are honored to be able to help these organizations, all of which make a significant contribution to our country,” said JoAnn Weisenford, RSR Group’s president and CEO. For more information, visit www.rsrgroup.com. Meprolight Sells Five Million Night Sights eprolight Ltd., Israeli manufacturer of electro-optic systems, announces that worldwide sales of its self-illuminated tritium night sights for pistols have surpassed the five-million mark. Meprolight’s Tru-Dot night sight is marketed for military, law-enforcement and civilian use. “We are pleased to have completed a very successful 2011, during which we launched our exceptionally compact family of Tru-Dot Ad-Com adjustable pistol sights. In 2012, we plan to expand this family to additional types of weapons,” said Benny Kokia, director of sales and marketing for Meprolight. For more information about Meprolight, visit www.meprolight.com. M Meprolight Tru-Dot Night Sight Visit www.shootingindustry.com to subscribe to the FREE Internet-based issue. Also Follow Us On Facebook www.facebook.com/shootingindustry www.shootingindustry.com MAY 2012 13