Firefield to Flood NRA Carry Guard Expo with Defense Products


FirefieldMANSFIELD, Texas -( Firefield is pleased to announce participation at the upcoming NRA Carry Guard Expo in Milwaukee, WI. Held at the Wisconsin Center, August 25-27, 2017, the Carry Guard Expo is expected to attract 2nd Amendment supporters from across the nation.

See, first-hand, how the new Carbon Series Range Bag and Rifle Bags help shooters protect their firearms and gear to and from training sessions.

For those with home-defense shotguns, AR pistols and SBRs, Firefield’s popular Charge AR Lasers and Flashlights will be on display and available for a hands-on experience.

If you don’t carry a firearm or are in the market for another personal defense product, be sure to check out Firefield’s Surge Stun Guns, often sold out due to their popularity. Firefield also plans to exhibit the brand’s latest and most popular optics and accessories.

The NRA Carry Guard Expo

Be sure to visit booth #519 to see Firefield’s innovative products and say hello to the friendly staff.


The NRA Carry Guard Expo is a unique event for those starting out or actively engaged in personal defense and the protection of themselves and their families. The expo will feature an exhibit hall filled with hundreds of top personal defense companies.

In addition, visitors are invited to attend the seminars, workshops and special events the NRA has planned for the show.

For more information, please visit their website. Visit Facebook and Twitter to learn more about Firefield products.


About Firefield:

Firefield offers force multipliers and accessories for mission-critical operations and extreme shooting sports involving rifles, shotguns and pistols. Designed for next generation shooters, boot-on-the-ground operators and serious gun enthusiasts, Firefield provides products for hard-charging, action-oriented situations. Firefield—Victory Justifies Everything!

For more information about Firefield products, visit their website.

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