Honeoye Falls, NY –(Ammoland.com)- This last weekend was the NRA Annual Meeting in St. Louis, so it’s likely many are still traveling/recovering from that.
Before you unpack though, remember this coming weekend is the LaRue Texas Multi-gun Championship down in Liberty Hill, Texas. For those traveling down, plan to stay the week because the following weekend is the Suppressors are Legal Shoot in Dallas. April is a busy gun month!
In the meantime, we’ve decided to offer a number of new and old products in the ARFCOM store. This includes the new billet upper receivers, matched billet sets, a batch of “saved” forged mil-spec lowers that we’re making available, Galati Gear at discounted prices, and part of our new building in the form of engraved bricks.
We’re making available engraved paver bricks for out “walk of Honor”. These bricks will be at the front of the new ARFCOM HQ which will feature a bronze Soldier’s Cross just outside our front door. A reminder to all those that enter and exit this building that many have given their lives for what we have today.
You can have your name a permanent part of this walk way.
PFC has a new video, below, and for those that may have missed out on our January training class, PFC will be back next month for another TIDE I class as well as the follow-on TIDE II. TIDE is a practical scenario-based course that will teach you how to move and deal with real-life scenarios in any indoor environment.
Last but not least, in order to help ease the pain of tax-time, TNVC is once again giving away a PVS-14, so do not forget to enter. All you need to do is click the link. Good luck to all, and the lucky winner will be announced in next month’s newsletter.
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