Greeley, PA -(AmmoLand.com)- How creative can you be with your shooting skills?
Kahr Firearms Group (KFG) is challenging shooting enthusiasts to submit their most impressive videos demonstrating their use of any Kahr, Magnum Research or Auto-Ordnance firearm.
Shooters must be 18-years or older to participate in the KFG 2016 YouTube Shooting Video Contest. The winner will receive $5,000 in value on any Kahr Firearms Group products which includes; Kahr, Magnum Research and Auto-Ordnance.
“For three years now, we have hosted these YouTube Shooting Challenges,” said Frank Harris, VP Sales and Marketing for Kahr Firearms Group.
“In our first challenge, we asked contestants to demonstrate their accuracy and skill at long-range shooting. In year two, it was an action-packed speed shooting contest. This year we are looking for some safe, fun, creative shooting demonstrations. Responsible shooting of any Kahr Firearm Group gun is always enjoyable – and we want videos that demonstrate that in a creative way.”
Original videos must be a minimum of 30-seconds and no more than 5-minutes in length and must be posted to YouTube. Next, provide a URL link directly to KFG and the winner will be determined by the video that has garnered a combination of the most Views and Likes. Each Like will be counted as 5 Views. The contest period runs October 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016. The winner will be announced by January 16, 2017. Check the Kahr website at www.kahr.com for a complete list of contest rules.
About Kahr Arms:
Kahr Arms, an innovative firearms manufacturer, was founded on fifteen years of manufacturing service in precision metalworking industries. Kahr incorporates the inherited professional, technical expertise into all of its operations. Kahr’s parent company, established in 1981, has been a leading supplier of computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools and applications engineering. Kahr’s corporate headquarters are located in Greeley, PA. Production and assembly operations are located in Worcester, Massachusetts, in the region commonly known as “Gun Valley.”
For more information, visit: http://www.kahr.com.