Magpul Hosts Opening Ceremony at Great American Outdoor Show

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posted on February 7, 2015
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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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