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Shooting Industry August 2012 Digital Edition - Page 9

Industry news Ruger Invests In Kodabow uger has purchased a minority interest in Kodabow Inc., a crossbow manufacturer based in West Chester, Pa. “This investment reflects our interest in participating in one of the faster-growing segments of the hunting market,” said Michael O. Fifer, Ruger president and CEO. “Ruger shares our vision that delivering dependable and innovative hunting products made in the USA will drive industry leadership and success,” said Chuck Matasic of Kodabow. Visit and R Stag Arms Lands PD Contract tag Arms announces that the Cleveland (Ohio) Police Department has chosen a custom-configured Stag Arms Model 2 as its official rifle. Stag Arms is providing the department a modified, accessorized version of the rifle built “from the ground up,” complete with the department’s logo engraved on the lower receiver. In addition, the rifle features an EOTech 517 sight and an ambidextrous safety selector. Cleveland PD officers previously have carried shotguns. For more information, visit S Stag Arms Model 2 Defense Agency Honors Otis T he Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Land and Maritime has named Otis Technology one of the government’s best suppliers in 2011. Otis’ Military/Federal Channel Manager Brad McIntyre and Military/Federal Sales Assistant Kaitlyn Olmstead accepted the Silver Award on behalf of Otis Technology at a ceremony on June 13. Companies receiving this honor are evaluated on stringent quality and delivery requirements established by the DLA. Otis’ Silver Award means the company scored between 99.0 and 99.9 out of a possible 100 points. Otis Technology has received several past awards from the DLA for quality and delivery performance. For more information, visit Visit Shooting Industry’s Product Index Feature AUGUST 2012 9

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