Nosler Custom Rifles Raises Nearly $150K For Veterans

posted on January 18, 2024
Nosler logo with bolt-action rifle on concrete floor shown with bipod and leupold rifle scope

Nosler’s new program to raise awareness and proceeds for the nation’s veterans and their families was a huge success when launched recently. It raised $148,935 for Boot Campaign, an organization that serves the veteran and military community. The funds were generated through the sale of 22 limited-edition, custom rifle packages that sold out in minutes. One customer donated their rifle package back to the group for future fundraising and it was auctioned off later by South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) at a charity event.

“As a family company that manufactures our products right here in the U.S.A., we couldn’t think of a more important way to help those who have given so much for our security and our freedoms,” said John Nosler, president of Nosler. “Boot Campaign works very hard at getting our returning soldiers the help they need, and in turn they need our help to accomplish that mission.”

Each package included a specially serialized Model 48 Long Range Carbon rifle chambered in .28 Nosler that featured a PROOF Research barrel and Timney trigger. The stock was a custom Manners Carbon Fiber stock with a special Kryptek Obskura Nox pattern to highlight the carbon-fiber construction. The Boot Campaign logo was laser engraved on the bottom metal to underscore the significance of this project. Bottom metal and receiver were Cerakoted in Sniper Grey. Leupold joined the effort by donating 22 VX-5HD 3-15X 44 mm riflescopes and mounts to make the package complete.

"We're proud to partner with companies like Nosler who make top quality products to give back to those who serve and sacrifice on our behalf," said Shelly Kirkland, Boot Campaign CEO. "Twenty two limited-edition rifles are now owned by committed patriots and because of this collaboration, more veterans and military families will experience life-changing treatment for often hidden wounds of war."


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