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Shooting Industry November 2010 - Page 11

Industry news F oxy Huntress LLC, maker of hunting and outdoor apparel for women, has entered into an agreement that places all day-to-day operations of the company under the direction NBFog Inc. As managing co-owner of Foxy Huntress, NBFog will direct the company’s product development, sourcing, sales, marketing, warehousing, fulfillment and customer service. Administrative offices will be in Austin, Texas, while warehousing, fulfillment and other operations will be housed in West Jordan, Utah. Foxy Huntress founder Shelah Zmigrosky remains involved in the company as co-owner, and will assist with product development and marketing activities. She will also continue as the spokesperson for the Foxy Huntress brand. Officials say the company plans to launch a revamped product line by early 2011, incorporating some new product categories, an additional camouflage pattern and more “technical fabrics.” For more information, visit and Foxy Huntress Under New Management Leupold Tactical Optics Adds L.E. Sales Reps eupold Tactical Optics has hired three new law enforcement sales rep groups: DeMilt Associates, National Sales and Marketing Group, and Wills & Associates. Based in Olney, Md., DeMilt Associates covers the Northeastern U.S., and is led by L.E. sales veteran Richard DeMilt, formerly with FNH USA and Colt’s Manufacturing. Headquartered near Charlotte, N.C., National Sales and Marketing Group handles the Southeastern U.S. President Kevin Tapia has held managerial positions with Insight Tech-Gear and SIG SAUER. Wills & Associates covers the West Coast and Midwest. Founder Randy Mills, a former police officer, was director of sales and national tactical liaison for Point Blank Body Armor. For more information, visit L T ATF Upgrades Importer’s eForm6 he ATF has announced enhancements to its eForm6 system, which permits importers to electronically file ATF Form 6 Part I, Application and Permit for Importation of Firearms, Ammunition, and Implements of War, with ATF’s Firearms and Explosives Imports Branch. The improvements went into effect Oct. 1. Now, the eForm6 system will accept attachments, such as photographs, Word documents, spreadsheets, scanned documents or similar types of supporting documentation, filed in support of an import permit application. Previously, an attachment could only be filed by mail. The eForm6 system will accept up to 999 line items for each of the categories: Firearms, Ammunition and Implements of War. An importer can now save an incomplete permit (prior to submission to ATF) in their eForm account. Importers may register with the eForm6 system at ATF’s website, www., by selecting “Industry,” “Firearms” and “eForm6.” For more information, contact the Firearms and Explosives Imports Branch at (304) 616-4550. NOVEMBER 2010 11

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