Knesek Guns hosted the first annual Critical Mass shooting event at their ranges in Van Buren, Arkansas Saturday, August 28th and drew an overwhelming crowd from around the US.
Director of Business Development for Knesek Guns, Max Rodriguez stated that “[We are] really pleased how many people came out to support this.
We’re going to start planning now for next year….this was definitely a good start to something we can keep going.”
Manufacturers and partners of KGI traveled to showcase new products and demonstrate some of their mainstay items.
Among the crowd was Bill Ritchie of EDM Arms displaying his new .338 and .308 rifles, Jason Falla of Redback One directing a carbine course, Kel Whelan of GemTech and Chad Resnik with Andy Anders of TSW displaying a variety of suppressors.
Brett Williams of ALS Technologies demoing a variety of less lethal munitions and systems, and Cliff Eisenbarger of Umarex who had a moment to discuss the items he brought to display.
“We’ve got .22LR versions of the Colt M4, the HK 416 and the MP5 SD with a mock suppressor,” said Eisenbarger. “We’re glad we got a chance to show the new stuff.”
Vendors interested in displaying their products for KGI’s Critical Mass 2011 can contact Knesek Guns directly at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Knesek Guns hosted the first annual Critical Mass shooting event at their ranges in Van…
by Tactical-Life.com / Sep 3, 2010