World famous pistol manufacturer and shooting sports supporter extraordinaire, GLOCK, has signed on as one of the MAJOR sponsors of the First Annual MGM Targets Grand National Pistol Championships. Modeled after one of the most popular and fast paced action pistol events, in a truly unique format, the Grand Nats is a 100% Man on Man, 100% steel competition that will be held in Parma, Idaho July 24-31.

GLOCK’s support and participation in this great new match will truly reward the shooters as it looks like there will be at least one GLOCK Safe Action pistol on every one of the 15 different class prize tables. “This match fills at 450 contestants, and we expect to have a waiting list next year,” said Mike Gibson Assistant Match Director. “I shot the Handgunner in Montrose, Colorado eleven years in a row and found it to be one of the best matches in the country. With the increased number of side matches, all with a cash payback, and a multitude of new and different stages, we are confident that the challenge and adrenalin level will be through the roof.”

GLOCK has been a faithful and generous supporter of pistol shooting competitions for years. Their willingness to step up and support this match is no surprise. In addition to the Grand Nationals, other Idaho events that GLOCK supports include the MGM Ironman 3 Gun, the Jr. Shooter Camp in Parma, ID and Shoot For A Cure, a breast cancer fund raiser where early indications are that over $9,000 was raised this year. They also sponsor the GLOCKS Only matches organized by GSSF. For detailed information and match schedule check www.gssfonline.com. Many Thanks, Team GLOCK!!

Check the following links for information on matches mentioned in the above www.mgmtargets-grandnats.com, www.juniorshootercamp.org www.nragc.com/SFAC.htm, and www.parmarmg.org.

Contact:
Jim Potter, MGM Targets (208) 454-0555 ex 101

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2 thoughts on “GLOCK Major Sponsor in MGM Grand Nationals

  1. An article about Glock hosting an event, showing a revolver (which Glock does not manufacture), propped up with a shot shell.  Need to be a little more on point.  This is almost as bad as reading in a law enforcement fiction story recently, “He pulled back the hammer on his Glock 19 and asked if there were any last words.”   Do your homework, PLEASE

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