Top-Notch Sponsors are Lining Up for the 2015 Trijicon Shooting Challenge, LLC
September 10, 2015 -
Wixom, Mich.—Trijicon Inc., global provider of innovative aiming solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, is pleased to announce a growing list of top industry manufacturers and organizations sponsoring the 2015 Trijicon Shooting Challenge, LLC.
“We are extremely pleased to have the most recognizable organizations in our industry sponsoring the Trijicon Shooting Challenge,” said John Rupp, vice president of business development, Trijicon. “These endorsements ensure that we continue to stage one of the most successful and anticipated shooting competitions in the industry.”
The 2015 Trijicon Shooting Challenge has secured the following event sponsors to support the event: Georgia Optics, OTIS Technology, FNH USA, Daniel Defense, Armalite, Kimber, Grey Ghost Precision, IWI, Ruger, Brownells, Mega Arms, Weatherby, GEMTECH, ZEV Technologies, Mossberg, Hodge Defense Systems, National Vendor Management Systems, MOD ONE Firearms, First Light USA, Uber Group, Atlanta Arms, Black Hills Ammunition, Winchester Ammunition, Rio Ammunition, Commonwealth Ordnance, Wiley X, Gamaliel Shooting Supply, Reaper Solutions, Hornady Ammunition, Vertex Tactical Clothing, Nine Line Apparel, IR Defense, RSR Steel Targets, ADS and BAE Systems.
Professional and amateur shooters from around the world will travel to the Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park City, KY on October 21-24, 2015 to compete in the industry’s most challenging and unconventional shooting competition. With a $50,000 first place cash prize, $200,000 prize table, over $100,000 in match cash and unprecedented payouts to the Lady and Junior Champions, the Trijicon Shooting Challenge is one of the most anticipated shooting competitions for 2015.
The event will feature three days of dynamic shooting in evenly weighted shooting disciplines, ranging from pistol, rifle, shotgun and combined arm segments. All firearms and ammunition will be provided for each competitor, thus shooters will compete with common firearms and ammunition...leveling the playing field like never before.