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industry support


Thank You For Being a Part of the Team


usa shooting excels with support of shooting Sports industry


The industry support pro- vided to USA Shooting year in and year out is nothing short of remarkable and 2013 was no exception. We would like to say thank you to all those individu- als and organizations helping ensure the USA Shooting Team’s ongoing success.


Kimber


USA Shooting is pleased to continue its decade-long partnership with Kimber Manu- facturing with a new edition of the Kimber Team Match II 1911 pistol. The partnership, which surpassed the $1,000,000 mark for total contribution in 2012, is honored/showcased/ featured each year at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas with a check presentation to the USA Shoot- ing Team. On hand in 2013 for this presentation were all four of USA Shooting’s London medalists along with additional members of the USA Shooting Team. Since 2003, Kimber has supported the USA Shoot-


USAS Team members join Kimber President/CEO Leslie Edelman at 2013 SHOT Show to receive contribution from Kimber Manufacturing. Athletes: Vincent Hancock, Jaiden Grinnell, John Mullins, Matt Emmons and Jamie Beyerle Gray.


ing Team with contributions based on sales of the special Kimber Team Match II 1911 Pistol.


Dallas Safari Club Grant Supports Junior Excellence For the fourth consecutive


year the Dallas Safari Club has stepped up to provide signifi cant contributions to the benefi t of


Ian Rupert won gold in the Junior division in Double Trap at the World Clay Target Championships in Lima, Peru.


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USA Shooting athletes. In 2013, DSC’s grant supported 15 junior shotgun team athletes from USA Shooting to compete at the 2013 World Clay Target Champi- onships in Lima, Peru which re- sulted in three individual junior medals and three junior team medals. “The continued support and dedication shown to us by the Dallas Safari Club has given this generation of athletes a tremendous boost to their training and competitive abilities,” said Buddy DuVall, USA Shooting Team Founda- tion Executive Director. “USA Shooting is especially grateful to DSC members for the contri- butions they make to better our organization and in assisting our athletes in becoming the best in the world.”


Conservation Shows: DSC, Wild Sheep Foun- dation and Mule Deer The USA Shooting Team Foundation would like to thank our sponsors for their generos- ity as well as those attending the auctions. Baron Technology teamed up with Kimber manu- facturing, Canal Street Cutlery, Nutmeg Sports and Hampels Woodland Products to create three custom Kimber .45 caliber STS Target II pistols and knife sets for USA Shooting to auction at selected conventions. Each special serial numbered Kimber is fully hand engraved by Rob Bunting, and each is paired with a matching engraved Catskill hunter knife by Canal Street Cutlery. Guns and knives are fi tted with antique ivory grips by Nutmeg Sports. Each set came in a beautiful American walnut display case hand crafted by Hampels Woodland Products. Sets were auctioned at the Dal- las Safari Club Convention, Wild Sheep Show and at the Western Hunting Conservation Show, to raise money for the USA Shoot- ing Team. These unique and stunning items raised a com- bined total of over $50,000.


SAAMI


For more than a decade, members of the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute (SAAMI) has chosen the USA Shooting Team as the benefi ciary of its fundraising


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