Chamber-View Signs on to Supporting Partner Program for NRA LE Division

Chamber-View ECI's required at NRA LE event
Chamber-View ECI's required at NRA LE event

Chamber-View Empty Chamber Indicators (ECIs) to be used during seven NRA Law Enforcement Competitions by competitors and awarded as prizes for 2015.

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Merrimack, N.H. –-(Ammoland.com)-  Chamber-View, LLC, innovators behind highly visual firearms safety products, is pleased to announce it has signed on as a Supporting Partner for the NRA Law Enforcement Division (LED) for 2015.

Chamber-View will be working closely with the NRA LED to advocate the importance of safety to competitors of the NRA LED Tactical Police Competitions (TPC) and promote safe handling of firearms with the use of Chamber-View Empty Chamber Indicators (ECIs).

Chamber-View will be providing ECIs for semi-auto / pump shotguns in .410, 20 and 12 gauge, AR-15 type rifles in .223 / 5.56 and 6.8 SPC caliber and pistols in 9mm / .40 caliber to be used during competition, as well as awarded as prizes.

“Signing onto the Supporting Partner Program is a great opportunity for us here at Chamber-View and we are very pleased to be providing our product through the NRA LED to directly support the law enforcement and military members that serve and protect our country,” remarked Ned Bitsack, CEO of Chamber-View.

“By signing on, it is our goal to offer the law enforcement and military community what we believe to be the best firearm safety indicator available for function and visibility for not only their personal use, but also for their agency use. We look forward to providing our products to TPC competitors to be used during competitions, as well as awarded as prizes, during this 2015 competitive season.”

Chamber-View will be participating in seven Tactical Police competitions around the United States. These competitions offer law enforcement officers and members of the United States military a competitive-based training platform for them to practice and hone their tactical live fire skills with their duty firearms. TPC events are similar to civilian 3Gun matches, however they are based on law enforcement scenario courses and use duty, not competition, firearms and equipment.

The TPC event location and dates that Chamber-View will be participating in include:

  • TPC Event – Anderson, South Carolina – March 27 – 28, 2015
  • TPC Event – Medford, Oregon – May 8 – 9, 2015
  • TPC Event – Fairfax, Virginia – June 12 – 13, 2015
  • New Mexico Challenge – Albuquerque, New Mexico – Sept. 19 – 20, 2015
  • National Police Shooting Championships (NPSC) – Albuquerque, New Mexico – Sept. 19 – 20, 2015
  • TPC Event – SIG Sauer Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire – October 2015
  • TPC Event – Waxahachie, Texas – November 2015

The New Mexico Challenge and NPSC occur annually in September in New Mexico. These Police Pistol Combat and Shotgun National Matches attract officers from across the US, as well as international teams.

“Chamber-View ECIs are great for 3Gunners, firearm instructors, armorers and property officers,” commented LE Competitions Manager Marc Lipp for the NRA LED.

“They make it easy to know if actions are open and they keep dust, dirt and rain out of the action. Because they are made out of ultra-durable silicone, they can be immediately inserted after firing with no worries about heat damage. All of these qualities make them the perfect fit for our TPC events and have already received warm reviews from our competitors.”

Check out www.chamber-view.com for more information or join the ongoing conversation on Facebook and the LinkedIn network. To become a retail vendor, or if you are a professional / amateur / scholastic organization with interest in the Chamber-View® product line, please contact [email protected] or by phone: Gail Cook, President, Chamber-View, LLC at (914) 787-0688.

About Chamber-View, LLC:

At Chamber-View, our goal is to enhance public safety by sending a highly visual and recognizable message to restore the confidence of safety in a firearm user and the surrounding individuals.  See Safety Fast and Shoot Safe with Chamber-View®.

NRA Law Enforcement
NRA Law Enforcement

About the NRA Law Enforcement Division (LED):

The NRA Law Enforcement Division (LED) was established in 1960 specifically to provide the law enforcement community with a means to certify law enforcement firearms instructors.

The NRA LED also offers LE firearm competitions.

The LED is here to assist the law enforcement and military in any capacity it can. http://le.nra.org/

 

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