July 26, 2019
Sightmark Partners with Phoenix Weaponry for National Shooting Sports Month Gearbox Giveaway
NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the trade association for the firearms industry, is pleased to announce that Sightmark has partnered with Phoenix Weaponry, LLC, to provide a special Gearbox Giveaway as part of the National Shooting Sports Month® celebration.
Sightmark, with U.S. headquarters in Mansfield, Texas, and European headquarters in Bulgaria, is a manufacturer of specialty optics ranging from boresights, laser and illumination accessories, binoculars, spotters and night vision optics to red dot, reflex, prismatic, traditional and precision long-range first- and second-focal-plane riflescopes. The company’s products are utilized by law enforcement, hunters, recreational target shooters and competitive shooters. Headquartered in Berthoud, Colorado, Phoenix Weaponry manufactures a wide variety of production and custom modern sporting rifles (MSRs), custom rifles for long-range application, suppressors and MSR parts, in addition providing a range of custom gunsmithing services.
The jointly sponsored Gearbox Giveaway, worth approximately $4,000, includes:
- One Phoenix Weaponry Trouble AR-15 complete rifle in 5.56
- One Phoenix Weaponry AR-15 rifle bag
- One Sightmark Pinnacle 1-6×24 TMD first focal plane scope
- One set of Sightmark tactical mounting rings
- One Sightmark neoprene pad
- Three Sightmark decals
- Two Sightmark tactical pens
- One Sightmark banner
- One Sightmark Can Cooler
“Whether you are already invested in today’s MSRs or just getting familiar with this tremendously flexible rifle platform, this Gearbox Giveaway — from rifle to scope to accessories — is one that will definitely up your game,” said Zach Snow, NSSF Director, Retail & Range Business Development. “We extend our sincere gratitude to both Sightmark and Phoenix Weaponry for this donation and look forward to having the winner of this Gearbox building a positive connection with these reputable brands.”
“At Sightmark we like to say, ‘Make your mark,’ But it means more than staying on target or even a clean shot on a magnificent game animal, the message also reminds us to make a difference in our industry and to be a positive influence in the lives of the people around us,” said James Sellers, Sightmark CEO. “Nothing is possible without good people being free to make a difference and the ability to stand up in defiance of tyranny. The Second Amendment not only assures our freedom, it ensures all other rights remain intact. The NSSF is about more than just shooting sports, hunting traditions and outdoor lifestyles. Supporting NSSF is a great way to continue to keep freedom and liberty in focus.”
Phoenix Weaponry owner and designer, Aaron Cayce, added, “As a precision firearm and accessory manufacturer, we take the Second Amendment, education, safety and our shooting heritage quite seriously. NSSF consistently pushes initiatives we can get behind, and this giveaway is just another way we can help make a difference.”
National Shooting Sports Month, a celebration of the shooting sports, takes place throughout the month of August. Firearms ranges and FFL retailers across the country have listed hundreds of special events on the calendar at ShootingSportsMonth.org, which interacts directly with NSSF’s LetsGoShooting.org website, where the site’s users can then discover all the events near them.
Additional Gearbox Giveaway sponsorships are available. For more information discover how your involvement in National Shooting Sports Month benefits both your business and the firearms industry at large, contact Zach Snow at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-426-1320 ext. 224.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation is the trade association for the firearms industry. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports. Formed in 1961, NSSF has a membership of thousands of manufacturers, distributors, firearms retailers, shooting ranges, sportsmen’s organizations and publishers nationwide. For more information, visit nssf.org.