Riton USA & Aaron Tippin Partner to Give Back to Law Enforcement

Aaron Tippin - right - presents a new Riton USA scope to Mountain Home, AR PD Chief Carry Manuel-left. Photo credit: Andrew Callis
Aaron Tippin – right – presents a new Riton USA scope to Mountain Home, AR PD Chief Carry Manuel-left. Photo credit: Andrew Callis
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Tuscon, AZ –-(Ammoland.com)- Riton USA and country music artist Aaron Tippin have teamed up during Tippin’s “25 Years” tour to honor local law enforcement at selected tour stops.

Tippin will present local officers with a Riton USA product and honor their sacrifices whenever possible. Tippin has been a Riton USA pro-staff and worked with Riton’s Director of Strategic Development, Douglas Warren, for the past 15 years.

“Aaron approached us to work with him to show support for the local law enforcement in conjunction with his current tour.”

“We have worked together for the past 15 years volunteering to take our nation’s wounded soldiers on hunting and fishing programs as a rehabilitation need, so Aaron is no stranger to supporting our heroes,” said Douglas Warren of Riton USA.

On June 22, 2017, prior to Tippin’s performance in Mountain Home, Arkansas at their annual Red, White and Blue festival, Tippin and Riton and Warren presented Riton USA scopes to Chief Carry Manuel of Mountain Home, Chief David Hotchkiss of Lakeview, Arkansas and Sheriff John Montgomery of Baxter county Sheriff’s Department. The Mod 3, 1-4x24IR’s were not presented as display pieces, but ready for mounting on a duty weapon and put to use.

The Aaron Tippin “25 Years” tour goes through January 2018. “Every effort will be made to make as many presentations as possible during the tour to our officers in blue for all that they sacrifice for all of us,” continued Warren. Learn more about the tour at aarontippin.com/tour

Since the first presentation, country music artists Rick Monroe and Irene Mandrell have reached out in support and offered to help expand the project.

To purchase Riton USA optics, visit www.ritonusa.com or visit various dealers across the USA with new dealers added continually. Plus, Riton USA offers a 40 percent discount to military, veterans and first responders.

Learn more about RITON USA at www.ritonusa.com and follow them at www.facebook.com/ritonusa/  twitter.com/RITONUSA and instagram.com/ritonusa

About Riton USA:

Riton USA is an American veteran-owned and operated optics company established in 2013 focusing on the most important people out there: our customers. We offer the highest quality optics products at the most competitive prices matched with incredible customer service. We are dedicated to the pursuit of precision in everything we do. Using only the best materials and newest technology, we’ve created an unrivaled line of optics that delivers on performance and value. Riton USA provides unlimited lifetime warranty on every product. As a company owned and operated by veterans and former law enforcement officers, we pride ourselves in supporting and hiring those who’ve served our country. Learn more at www.ritonusa.com


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guys shut up they give back to law enforcement so they can save your a**’s

Chris Mallory

“Give back to law enforcement”? Aren’t their bloated paychecks and platinum benefits enough? How about we give back to the convenience store clerk, at least they provide a needed service.

Charlie Smith

I hope this is sarcasm. I’m no bootlicker, but I’m certainly not anti-police either. They have a shitty job to do, for sure. If they got paid so well, why do so many work secondary?

Just1 Saddletramp

What kind of cheap stuff have you been smoking??


Ahhha ha…..good one. Haven’t had a raise in 10 years so my paychecks aren’t exactly “bloated”. Had to pay for 80% of my kids dental work, so there’s those Platinum benefits at work for me.

Maybe you would be more at home trolling somewhere else. MGO (michigan gun owners) is anti cop, try there. They love jackass comments.

Wild Bill

@CM, and when your neighbors throw a loud party on some Sunday night, who will you call, the convenience store clerk?