The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF®) is pleased to announce that New Hampshire-based firearm parts manufacturer and supplier Tandemkross has come on board as a bronze sponsor of the Rimfire Challenge.
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NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF®) is pleased to announce that New Hampshire-based firearm parts manufacturer and supplier Tandemkross has come on board as a bronze sponsor of the Rimfire Challenge. Tandemkross offers a wide variety of U.S. made parts, sights, optics, accessories, and cleaning supplies for dozens of popular handguns, rifles, and shotguns, many of which it manufactures in house.
The NSSF Rimfire Challenge, a program of the NSSF, the trade association for the firearms, ammunition, hunting and shooting sports industry, focuses on competition with .22-caliber rifles and pistols. Designed to introduce new shooters to the shooting sports in an exciting and family friendly way, the Rimfire Challenge is open to shooters of all ages and abilities. Matches are conducted on a host of ranges nationwide, with a match format that emphasizes safety, fun, and support for newcomers.
Speaking for Tandemkross, Business Development Manager Bryan Haaker said, “We view the Rimfire Challenge as the perfect opportunity to get to know and support our customers, present and future, one on one. We want them to know that our support doesn’t end at the checkout line. It isn’t just about the dollar for us. Here at Tandemkross, our products and our people are here to help them be the best shooters they can be.”
“We are very pleased to have a company like Tandemkross join us as a Bronze Sponsor of the Rimfire Challenge,” said Zach Snow, NSSF Manager of Shooting Promotions. “It will be companies like this, those looking to make a difference in the industry, that are leading the way by supporting the shooters who support them. That’s the kind of commitment that works to keep our shooting sports alive and prospering for the next generation.”
For more information on the Rimfire Challenge, how to participate in a Rimfire Challenge event, or how to host an event at your range, visit nssf.org/rimfire.