Magpul Hosts Opening Ceremony at Great American Outdoor Show

posted on February 7, 2015

undefinedFounded in 1999 and named after its original product, Magpul has been "providing innovation to the individual in the shortest time" (company's mission statement) for 16 years. A strong supporter of the NRA, Magpul hosted the opening ceremony for the Great American Outdoor Show and, most recently, made a generous donation in support of NRA's mentor program whereby new shooters will be invited to a day at the range during May, 2015.

Here, Duane Liptak, marketing manager for Magpul and former Marine F/18 pilot, reflects  on the turnaround success of the Great American Outdoor Show and his company's strong partnership with the National Rifle Association.


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