11 Feb

>Adventures at SHOT

Steven K. Ledin,

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The annual SHOT (Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade) show was in Vegas this year. Lots of miles covered carrying lots of paraphernalia. Nikon had the coolest introduction of all with their “Spot On” ballistic program. More on this outstanding data program soon. Nikon also introduced the M223 scope with a BDC turret set for 55 grainers. Leupold has some great new products such as new tactical scopes and mounts, a new mini red dot, a rangefinder that is bow mounted and automatically activated, and most of all, the reintroduction of the Redfield riflescope line that will be the most heavily talked about introduction all year. They are already selling like hotcakes, and the prices are right.
We’re hot right now adding new products as quickly as we can. Look for lots of new vendors and manufacturers soon!

We stayed at the Trump, which was extremely nice, and we ate well every night as a group in varoius restaraunts before dropping unconsious in bed to recharge our batteries for the next day. Someone actually saw me dancing one night.

Our Technical Sales group has a few new additions to serve our customers with information this year. The old group is gone, and this new one will strive to be even better.

Hats off to my Dad, who is healing up after heart surgery.

Hope you’re all well.

3 Responses to >Adventures at SHOT

  1. Anonymous

    >I also visited the SHOT! It was really great! In my experience, Nikon has been making steady improvements in their Nikon rifle scopes category. The quality of glass and moving components has improved along with more rugged design and higher attention to fit and finish of the riflescopes. Compared to other brands, Nikon rifle scopes are of great value.

  2. The Rifle Scope.com

    >I am looking for a rifle scope to put on my 7mm mag. I like the way the Nikon monarchs look but dont know that much about them.

    http://www.theriflescope.com/

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