Kahr Arms To Host Annual Rod of Iron Freedom Fest

posted on September 23, 2021
Annual Rod Of Iron Freedom Fest Coming Soon

Kahr Firearms Group is hosting this year’s “Rod of Iron Freedom Festival” at its Greeley, Penn., Kahr Headquarters facility. The Oct. 8 to 10 event features an all-star list of more than 30 patriot celebrities and shooting experts, including Nikki Goeser, John Lott, Teddy Daniels, Sean Moon, Richard Mack, Dana Loesch, Mark Walters, Stephen Bannon and Gabby Franco.

Events will include speeches and seminars by various guest presenters, a music festival, training opportunities, a machine gun shoot, a merchant/food court and a patriotic fireworks display. The adjacent Tommy Gun Warehouse will also be open for retail shopping.

Located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains, Rod of Iron Freedom Fest attendees will have a chance to experience the area’s fall season. The outdoor venue is an ideal backdrop for patriots and shooters to gather in celebration of their American freedoms and learn more about firearms and defending the Second Amendment. The foliage will be in full color and the food, fellowship and celebratory atmosphere make this a must-attend for anyone interested in expressing their support for liberty.

“I am proud to have an opportunity to bring together like-minded Americans who really value the freedom’s this nation has given us,” said Justin Moon, CEO of Kahr Firearms Group. “My family directly experienced the brutality of communist oppression during the Korean War. The Freedom Fest is our way of thanking America for our liberty, and showing our company stands in solidarity with all Americans to preserve the freedoms God has given us.”

Tickets are free and will go fast, so get them early. Attendees can also qualify to be entered into a drawing to win a Thompson “Trump” AR-15! For a glimpse of all the festivities and full details visit the Rod of Iron Freedom Festival website.



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