FMG Publications through the Shooting Industry Masters has partnered with GunBroker.com to raise money for NSSF’s First Shots program during several extraordinary auctions. The auctions begin July 2 and run through July 21.
The Shooting Industry Masters auctions featured on the Treasures & Traditions section of GunBroker.com include a cased set of North American Arms .22 Mini-Guns, Rock River Arms Custom Tactical Carbine, Smith & Wesson Mag-Na-Port Custom .44 Magnum, Tussey Custom 1911 and Zeiss Conquest HD 8×42 binoculars, plus some surprise products.
“The Shooting Industry Masters provides an opportunity for us to help grow the shooting industry by raising money and awareness for the First Shots program,” said Randy Molde, Masters chairman. “Thanks to the phenomenal consumer reach of GunBroker.com and the generous product donations by the featured companies, we hope to raise a record-setting amount for First Shots this year through these auctions.”
GunBroker.com is the Official Internet Auction Site for the 2012 Shooting Industry Masters, which is owned and operated by FMG Publications.
“GunBroker.com has been impressed with the growth and development of the Masters since its launch in 2003,” said Steve Urvan, GunBroker.com founder and CEO. “The Masters has not only grown into a ‘must-attend’ shooting industry event, but it has become a significant source of funding for programs in support of our shooting sports traditions, including NSSF’s Step Outside and First Shots programs.”
During the past three years, FMG has raised more than $94,000 for First Shots, a program that introduces the general public to the shooting sports. To view the auction items and to place a bid, visit http://www.gunbroker.com. The Master Auctions items are featured on the Treasures & Traditions section. Search “Shooting Industry Masters.”
For more information on the Shooting Industry Masters, which will be held July 20-21 at the Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park City, Ky., visit http://www.shootingindustry.com/masters/. Contact Elizabeth O’Neill, Masters coordinator, at 1-888-315-3641 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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