Colt’s Manufacturing, Cold Steel and Chiappa Firearms Back 2010 Steel Challenge As Gold Sponsors
SEDRO-WOOLLEY, Wash. –-(Ammoland.com)- Just weeks away from the start of the most dynamic match in the shooting sports, the 2010 Steel Challenge World Speed Shooting Championships, the Steel Challenge Shooting Association announced that Colt’s Manufacturing, Cold Steel and Chiappa Firearms are supporting the event as gold level sponsors.
“The list of major sponsors to the Steel Challenge continues to grow with Colt’s Manufacturing, Cold Steel and Chiappa, and the response from shooters to the news of so many top industry names backing the match has been tremendous,” said Tammy Mowry, Steel Challenge sponsor coordinator.
“We deeply appreciate the commitment Colt, Cold Steel and Chiappa have made to the event and the shooting sports.”
Colt, Cold Steel and Chiappa are just the latest industry leaders backing the match, joining the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Smith & Wesson, Safariland, Sig Sauer, Browning, Glock, Ruger, Springfield Armory, ADCO and Vang Comp Systems as major sponsors of the 2010 Steel Challenge World Speed Shooting Championships.
The Steel Challenge Shooting Association (SCSA), the national governing body for the sport of Speed Shooting, is the organizer of the Steel Challenge which will take place August 19 through 22 in Piru, Calif. The competition is the premier showcase for the fastest shooters from around the world.
Since the first Steel Challenge in 1981, the World Speed Shooting Championships has become a fixture on the match calendars of top shooters and industry leaders alike. For more information on the Steel Challenge Shooting Association visit www.SteelChallenge.com, or follow @SteelChallenge on Twitter.
About the SCSA:
The Steel Challenge Shooting Association (SCSA) is the national governing body of the sport of Speed Shooting and organizer of the Steel Challenge World Speed Shooting Championships. To learn more about the Steel Challenge Shooting Association and the Steel Challenge visit the Web site at www.steelchallenge.com. There you will find diagrams of the stages of fire, complete listing of past results, a list of past champions, world record times and more.