MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. –– Viridian Weapon Technologies has announced the launch of Viridian Optics—an all-new riflescope line created for precision, reliability and incredible value. The exciting new product line, including unique solutions for long-range shooting and hunting, gives customers unparalleled quality at unbeatable prices. Viridian Optics are currently available online as add-on accessories or as an inline SKU with pre-installed scope on the Ruger 10/22 (model number 31143). More information about Viridian Optics is available at

“Viridian has been creating the leading edge of weapon technology since 2006, and we’re thrilled to expand our product offerings into this exciting new segment,” said Viridian President and CEO Brian Hedeen. “We’ve been the premier laser sight provider to the world’s largest gun manufacturers, and when these companies needed a high-quality scope to pair with their rifles, they called us. And Viridian Optics were born.”

When choosing a scope, everyday shooters and hunters require simplicity, with straightforward and reliable solutions. That’s why Viridian is committed to applying a direct-to-consumer strategy to cut out the middleman and offer the best possible optics at the best prices. Customers can rest assured that choosing a Viridian riflescope means choosing a dependable, rugged and high-performance accessory that will stand the test of time.

Viridian EON

With EON, there is no guesswork. The EON family of optics feature adjustable parallax focus (all models except 3-9×40) and eye relief to keep shooters comfortable without compromising the shot. Several variable magnification options provide all the power any hunter or shooter needs while lenses use advanced optical coatings that rival the competition. Viridian EON is all about giving customers the best product at the best price.

Viridian VENTA

Whether for a seasoned hunter or competitive shooter, VENTA will give users all the essentials at an incredible value. When it comes to professional-grade scopes for rifles, customers need a brand that will give them more bang for their buck and offer a no-nonsense solution. Rugged and reliable waterproof and fog-proof performance, advanced optical coatings for intense light transmission at dusk and dawn, 30mm tube for long range precision, and first focal plane reticle round out the VENTA’s long list of features.

Viridian SERAC

The SERAC family of precision riflescopes is the pinnacle, standing up to any high-priced scopes on the market. Viridian guarantees satisfaction and backs up that promise with a 30-day money back guarantee and an Iron Clad Lifetime Warranty. Features include locking exposed tactical turrets, side parallax adjustments, 30mm hard anodized one-piece aluminum body, waterproof and fog-proof construction, and Viridian’s Iron Clad Lifetime Warranty.

Ruger 10/22 Package

The new Ruger 10/22 package includes a pre-installed Viridian EON 3-9×40 riflescope (part number 981-0002), featuring an ergonomic design, anti-reflective multi-coated lenses, multiple magnification options and tactical performance under pressure. Now paired with the Viridian EON, this legendary rifle delivers tried-and-true design that ensures consistent, reliable performance.

Additional details about Viridian Optics can be found at, and all riflescopes can be purchased online directly from the manufacturer. Customers are encouraged to follow Viridian Optics on InstagramFacebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date on the latest product releases, exciting promotions and company news.

About Viridian Weapon Technologies

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Viridian Weapon Technologies is devoted to applying cutting-edge technology to design compact, powerful self-defense products for the civilian, military and law enforcement markets. Viridian is the leader in weapon-mounted technology and responsible for a number of firearm innovations including green and red laser sights, LED weapon-mounted illuminators and several shooting accessories including the TacLoc® Holsters. Viridian products are designed and built in the USA. More information is available at


PEORIA, Ariz. – Apex Tactical Specialties is expanding its line of aftermarket parts for the Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 model pistols with the upcoming release of the new curved version of the Forward Set Trigger Kit, which is available for pre-order now.

Apex is well known throughout the industry for their innovative work transforming striker-fired trigger systems. Their patented Flat-Faced Forward Set Trigger Kit for the M&P M2.0, introduced in November of 2017, is the best selling upgrade for the M2.0. Now, Apex brings its groundbreaking trigger kit design in a traditional curved trigger version to the M2.0. For M&P M2.0 fans this means a reduction in overall trigger travel by 40% combined with a crisp trigger break that’s reminiscent of a single action 1911 pistol.

The new Forward Set Trigger Kit is specifically designed for and will only work in current M&P M2.0 models in 9mm, .40S&W and .45ACP calibers. This includes the M2.0 Compact variants and Performance Center models.

The kit includes an aluminum hard-coat anodized Apex Forward Set Trigger with a center mounted pivoting safety, an Apex Ultimate Striker Block Kit, Apex’s patented Forward Set Sear Actuator, Apex Fully Machined 2-Dot Sear and the Apex Forward Set Spring Kit which includes Duty/Carry Sear and Trigger Return Springs and Heavy Weight Sear and Trigger Return Springs.

Using a combination of the Apex springs and factory sear and trigger return springs allows the user to set the trigger pull weight within a range suitable for duty/carry or to a weight desired for competition.

The new Forward Set Trigger Kit for the M&P M2.0 will begin shipping on Tuesday, November 5 and has an MSRP of $164.95.

Dealers and distributors wishing to stock the new trigger kit can contact Apex at or (623) 322-0200 for pricing and quantity availability.

Features and Specifications:
– For use in all sizes of the Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 in 9mm/.40S&W/.45ACP
– Direct drop-in replacement of factory polymer hinged trigger
– Reduces overall trigger travel by approximately 40%
– Reduces trigger pull weight by up to 2 lbs. (approximately)
– Delivers crisp trigger break
– Smooths uptake and reset
– Reduces trigger over-travel
– Shortens reset length
– Center mounted pivoting safety maintains factory safety values
– Easy to install (Apex installation videos on YouTube)
– Apex Part #: 100-167
– MSRP: $164.95


Cave Creek, Arizona—Randy Ulmer, recently added another 200-inch brut to his long list of big deer. Added up in total, that means over 5000 inches of mule deer mass that Randy has taken over the years. All told, Randy has harvested over 20 deer that scored over the magic 200-inch mark—all with Easton arrows. Randy has used ACC, Carbon Injexion and, with this latest buck, 5mm FMJ’s. “I spent all summer scouting for one great buck,” said Randy. “When it came time for the shot, I knew my arrows would perform perfectly. I started shooting when I was 10 and have taken every buck and bull with Easton—without a single failure,” Ulmer continued. “That’s really saying something because I’ve been at it for 50 years now.” Easton is proud to have Randy on the team and congratulates him on a great start to another fall season.

National Shooting Sports Month – The Best Way to Grow the Shooting Sports – CAMO News


National Shooting Sports Month – The Best Way to Grow the Shooting Sports

August is almost here—otherwise known as “National Shooting Sports Month,” designated three years ago by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF). Whether through target shooting at a favorite range, plinking in a backyard with friends and family, competing in a match or preparing for the fall hunting season, the month-long celebration acknowledges a common passion, and calls for welcoming and mentoring new shooters into the fold as we promote safe participation in all firearm-related activities.

Now the NRA—which has long promoted mentorship for those entering the shooting sports—is lending its support to this initiative, partnering with NSSF as it encourages shooting ranges, firearm retailers, public and private shooting clubs, shooting sports organizations and fish and wildlife agencies to collectively focus their attention on the fun and excitement of target shooting. To this end, hundreds of events are planned nationwide, along with many “Gearbox Giveaways.”

“NRA welcomes the opportunity to partner with NSSF on this initiative, as it speaks to the core mission of NRA and its members,” said Joe DeBergalis, executive director, NRA General Operations. “Anyone who was mentored into the shooting sports understands how important it is to pay it forward, and should invite others to share in the enjoyment of firearms and hunting. It is through our qualified mentorship of newcomers that our passion and pastime will live on indefinitely.”

It’s easy to take part in this initiative. Here’s how:

  • Join fellow sportsmen and sportswomen at the range in August for some well-deserved trigger time. Find a range near you with this NRA search tool.
  • Become an active participant in NSSF’s +ONE Movement, a nationwide campaign working to advance mentorship in hunting and the shooting sports by encouraging experienced shooters, hunters and firearm owners to take a new shooter to the range or field and allow them to experience first-hand what makes these pastimes so enjoyable.
  • Go to to discover the ranges and retailers in your area for this year’s celebration.
  • Participate in NRA’s Mentor Initiative, launched in 2015, which asks all NRA members to make a date to take new shooters to the range.
  • Download a copy of “NRA Guide For New Shooters”.
  • Learn about NRA American Hunter’s “Join the Hunt” initiative in which the focus is to offer guidance to the many Americans who may become hunters but lack a proper introduction to this pastime.
  • Log on to NRA Shooting Sports USA’s“Coming Events” page for NRA-sanctioned competitive shooting matches.
  • Be an NRA Recruiter – NRA has room for all types of people to recruit new members. Read the descriptions and decide which one sounds the most like you.
  • Become an NRA Instructor and reap the rewards of training and mentoring new shooters.
  • Volunteer for NRA in your community.
  • Participate in one of the many women’s programs, like the Women’s Wilderness Escape or a Women on Target Instructional Shooting Clinic.
  • Attend a local Friends of NRA event.
  • Build the next generation of hunters by signing your child up for the Youth Hunter Education Challenge (YHEC).

Hunt for Your Perfect Connection on the New Online Dating Site for Outdoor Enthusiasts – CAMO News



Outdoorsmen and women looking for love, or simply someone to share the outdoors with, may just find it on, the new dating site for outdoor enthusiasts. Launched, July 17, 2019, Hunting4connections caters to those who love the outdoors and are looking for a connection with someone who shares their passion.

Hunting4connections fills a niche that no other dating site caters to. The dating site uses a unique algorithm that matches you based on your outdoor lifestyle and preferences to find parallel connections based on similar outdoor passions. After all, shared interest and passion enhance a relationship, making it more likely to last.

This cool new dating site offers a modern and up-to-date experience that will keep the user engaged and impressed with its simplicity. Developers designed the software with the user in mind every step of the way. It’s easy to navigate while offering a fast load time in low-coverage areas to accommodate people who live a fast or slow outdoor lifestyle.

This dating site isn’t just for hunters. It also caters to those who enjoy fishing, hiking, camping, four-wheeling, archery, canoeing, kayaking, motocross, water, winter sports or any other outdoor activities.

The user can keep his or her search simple or can choose to go more in-depth. The site offers both paid and free user options, and unlike other sites, paid users can reach out to free users, allowing more connections to be made.

Hunting4connections is an inexpensive resource to help you meet and connect with the types of people you have been looking for.

Jay Gregory, host of “The Wild Outdoors,” says it best. “For people wanting to meet like-minded folks who love the outdoor lifestyle, this is your site.”

Thanks to Hunting4Connections, you no longer need to waste your time with people who really just don’t get your lifestyle. Now you can join the site that immerses you with other outdoor enthusiasts who understand your passion.

As if possibly finding the love of your life isn’t enough, Hunting4Connections is offering some incredible incentives to encourage folks to try the site.

New users can win a five-day, four-night romantic getaway to the famous Harpole’s Heartland Lodge in Illinois. This giveaway includes a $200 gift card to Hopewell Winery and a $100 gift card to Nucci’s Pasta House. To be entered to win, all you have to do is sign up, create a free profile and add a recent photo.

Follow Hunting4Connections on Facebook and Instagram for giveaways that will include whitetail and hog hunts, fishing trips and a signed shotgun from nine-time expedition shooter Patrick Flanigan.

So, what are you waiting for? Sign up for free and begin hunting for your connection. It’s where passion meets possibility!


PECAN ISLAND – On Tuesday, Coastal Conservation Association of Louisiana’s REEF Louisiana Program, Shell and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) began construction on the Rawls Reef Complex, a new set of nearshore artificial reefs in Vermilion Blocks 119 & 124. The project is named in honor of well-known outdoorsman and conservationist, Jim Rawls.

Following a short dedication ceremony at Sea Trout Marina in Pecan Island, more than 50 of Rawls’ friends and family members, CCA volunteers and partners braved choppy seas to be on site as the largest of the recycled platforms was deployed in about 75 feet of water.

“This is amazing,” said Rawls’ daughter Kylee Rawls Courville, while watching the recycled platform being lowered into the gulf. “Our dad loved these waters, and spending time with friends and family fishing these spots. I know he’s looking down today with a smile on his face.”

CCA Louisiana and their partners are building 5 individual reef sites using pieces of decommissioned platforms and a variety of concrete “materials of opportunity.” The materials being deployed this week include recycled platform jackets, a helipad, a large concrete platform, and several highway barriers, catch basins and other concrete construction materials that were made available to CCA and approved for use on the project.

The reefs will replace lost habitat in depths ranging from 75-80 feet, where oil and gas platforms have been removed. The sites in VR 119 & 124 were chosen by local anglers since the platforms that once stood there were favorites for red snapper and mangrove snapper anglers, as well as divers. Each of the new reefs will sit roughly within the footprints of the old platforms and will be designed to optimize the water and bottom conditions with the hopes of creating the best possible fish habitat.

CCA Louisiana President John Walther was on hand at the event, and explained the importance of the new REEF Louisiana initiative.

“Marine reefs are some of the most abundant and productive habitat on the planet, and we lose that vital habitat every time a platform is removed,” he said. “At a time in Louisiana where we are losing so much habitat so quickly, it is critical that we do our part to replace as much as we can. That’s why we are out here today.”

Walther also talked about the efforts of all who worked together to make this happen.

“We’ve been working on this nearshore concept for years, but really gained momentum over the past year with the help of some incredible CCA volunteers and our partners at Wildlife and Fisheries,” said Walther. “Add in the commitment of a partner like Shell and local partners like DLS, Road Rock and others, it brings us to where we are today. This is a huge team effort, and it will pay benefits for generations of fish and anglers.”

LDWF Deputy Secretary Rob Shadoin attended the event and said that he and the Department were proud to participate in such an important effort.

“We are so pleased to partner with an organization like CCA and an industry leader like Shell to turn this vision into a reality,” said Shadoin. “I would also like to thank the Rawls family for allowing us to honor Mr. Jim in this way.”

Pam Rosen, Social Investment Manager for Shell, said that the company has a long-standing commitment to Louisiana’s coast, and projects like this one are a wonderful way to give back.

“Shell is dedicated to Louisiana and the communities across the coast. Our employees live, work and raise their families here, so it is only natural that we participate in critical habitat programs like this,” she said. “We would like to thank the Rawls family, CCA and all of the volunteers and partners who have made this possible, and for including Shell in the effort!”

Wildlife and Fisheries Commissioner Chad Courville (pictured), who is also the son-in-law of Mr. Rawls, was on hand for the dedication. He talked about how this project was special to him because of the man Jim Rawls was.

“One of the things I will always remember about Mr. Jim was his absolute commitment to excellence, both as a businessman and an outdoorsman,” said Courville. “It’s very fitting because this project is being completed by partners like CCA, Shell and others who are also obviously committed to excellence.”

Courville, who was one of the originators of the REEF Louisiana nearshore reefing concept, said this was a project he and Rawls had discussed shortly before Rawls passed away in August of 2018.

“Mr. Jim and I fished these spots for years, and when the platforms were removed, it was really disappointing to us all,” said Courville. “He asked me if I could talk to CCA to do something about all the platforms being removed, and so I did. At that point, the CCA REEF Louisiana Program was born, and barely a year later we are here dedicating this project in his honor. It’s just incredible the way this group get things done.”

This is the second CCA REEF Louisiana Project, and the 26th reef project by CCA Louisiana in recent years, representing more than $11 million in habitat creation. It will be CCA’s third reef project built on the site of removed oil and gas platforms. The first was the “Pickets Reef” complex in Ship Shoal Block 26 (built in 2014), one of the most popular and productive projects ever completed by CCA. The second was the Ted Beaullieu Sr. Artificial Reef Complex built in South Marsh Island Block 233 in June, 2019. Anglers have already reported speckled trout catches from the Beaullieu Reefs.

Funding for the Rawls Reefs comes from CCA Louisiana, Shell, CCA’s Building Conservation Trust and LDWF’s Artificial Reef Trust Fund, as well as individual gifts from CCA Louisiana REEF Club members. In-kind donations are being provided by DLS Energy, Road Rock Recycling, EMC Diving Services, Phoenix International Holdings and others.

Construction of the Rawls Reef Complex should take about two weeks. When construction is completed, CCA will publish GPS coordinates for each of the sites.

CCA’s REEF Louisiana Program is working on plans for additional reefs where platforms have been removed, including projects in Eugene Island Blocks 51 and 74, West Delta and hundreds of other sites across the Louisiana Coast. For more information about REEF Louisiana, please contact David at 225-952-9200.


About CCA Louisiana

In its 36th year, CCA Louisiana is the largest marine resource conservation group of its kind in the state. With more than 30,000 members and volunteers in 30 local chapters, CCA has been active in state, national and international fisheries management issues since 1977. Visit for more information.


Laramie, Wy – It was a successful weekend for Team HIVIZ shooters, Jerry Miculek, Lena Miculek, Lanny Barnes, and Becky Yackley at the 2019 IPSC World Rifle Shoot held in Sweden, August 3-10.

Jerry Miculek took first place in the Open Semi Auto Super Senior Division. For the Ladies, Lena Miculek took home the Silver Medal followed by Lanny Barnes with Bronze and Becky Yackley in 6th place in the Ladies Open Semi Auto Division. The 3 ladies teamed up with Ashley Rheuark who placed first in the match to bring home the Gold in the Ladies Team event.

Over 600 shooters from 37 countries took part in the Rifle World Shoot. The largest national teams were represented by countries such as, Sweden, Norway, Russia and Germany.

The International Practical Shooting Confederation was founded in 1976 as a shooting sport and today recognizes all the main shooting disciplines – handgun, rifle shotgun and action air.

IPSC also emphasizes procedures for safe gun handling and strict adherence to the rules governing the sport. In IPSC courses of fire, the results are calculated by dividing the competitor’s target score by the time taken to complete the course of fire. The shooter must be the most accurate and fastest to win.


About Hiviz Shooting Systems – Hiviz Shooting Systems’ vision is to improve the art of shooting. Whether it’s in the field, at the range, or for personal defense, our carefully engineered line of sights and recoil pads are designed to help shooters experience the thrill of outstanding marksmanship. HIVIZ Shooting Systems manufactures high quality Fiber-Optic Sights, tritium sights, recoil pads and accessories for the shooting industry. For further information regarding HIVIZ products, visit the company web site at


Idaho Fish and Game Commission recently opened a coho salmon fishing season until Oct. 13, or until further notice. Fishing is open on the Clearwater River from its mouth upstream to Memorial Bridge seven days per week, and from Memorial Bridge upstream to the confluence of the Middle Fork Clearwater and South Fork Clearwater rivers four days per week (Thursday through Sunday). The North Fork of the Clearwater is also open those same four days per week with special restrictions.

Daily bag limit is two coho salmon, six in possession, and there is no season limit for 2019. Anglers must have a valid salmon permit.

Coho salmon with or without an adipose fin can be harvested. Please be aware that steelhead and fall Chinook salmon occur in these waters and anglers should know how to identify these three species. For full season and rules information see the coho fishing rules webpage.

Coho anglers should keep their eyes out for a new state record fish. The catch-and-release record for coho is still vacant, and the certified-weight coho record is 11.75 pounds. To submit a weight record, the fish must be weighed on a certified scale. Here’s information about how to submit a state record.

Coho were reintroduced into the Clearwater River system by the Nez Perce Tribe, and Idaho held its first coho sport fishing season in 2014.


GENESEO, ILL. – The countdown is coming to an end. Springfield Armory® will be revealing a class leading firearm today, September 25th at 9 a.m., Central Standard Time, at

“This is the first step in a new direction for Springfield Armory,” says Dennis Reese, CEO of Springfield Armory.

This new gun is the result of years of painstaking development and engineering in addition to intensive collaboration with top engineers and subject matter experts. The result is a firearm that will be the definitive offering in its category.

Tune in to at 9 a.m. CST today to find out everything about this impressive new product.

About Springfield Armory®

In 1794, the original Springfield Armory began manufacturing muskets for the defense of our young, free Republic. The Armory functioned as a firearms supplier for every major American conflict until 1968 when the government sadly closed its doors. In 1974, nearly two centuries after its inception, Springfield Armory Inc. in Geneseo, Ill. revived the iconic heritage of the Armory to carry on its legacy.

We strive to honor this responsibility as guardians of the original Springfield Armory legacy by manufacturing the highest quality firearms to enable responsible citizens to preserve their right to keep and bear arms in the defense of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

With an unmatched emphasis on craftsmanship, performance and exceptional customer service, our mission is to forge superior firearms and provide the tools necessary to defend individual freedoms and equality for those who embrace the rights and principles secured by our Founding Fathers. For more information, please visit us at:


2020 U.S. Olympic Trials for Archery Heats Up with Stage 2 in Texas

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials – Archery continues this week in Texas with the second of four stages of competition. Here’s what you need to know to follow the action:

Trials Process – Nomination

To be nominated to the 2020 U.S. Olympic Archery Team, archers must compete in the Trials as set by USA Archery and the U.S. Olympic Committee. For the Tokyo 2020 Games, there are four stages of the Trials, and participation is open to any USA Archery member who is also a citizen of the United States.Trials events include ranking rounds, team round simulation, head to head elimination rounds, and round robin match play. The total points accumulated from each event will determine the final rankings for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials.

Then, based on how many quota spots the U.S. has earned for the 2020 Olympic Games, USA Archery will nominate archers to the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee to fill those spots. So, a nation must earn their spots for the Games, and then in the U.S., the archers compete in the Trials to determine who will fill those quota spots. Right now, the U.S. has earned one men’s spot from Brady Ellison’s gold at the 2019 World Archery Championships, and one women’s spot from gold in the mixed team event at the 2019 Pan American Games, contested by Ellison and Casey Kaufhold.

The U.S. will have another chance to qualify full teams of three men and three women at World Cup Berlin in June 2020.

The Stages

  • Stage 1: August 15-16, 2019 – Dublin, OH
  • Stage 2: September 28, and September 30-October 1, 2019 – College Station, TX
  • Stage 3: April 8-11, 2020 – Chula Vista, CA
  • Stage 4: May 25-26, 2020 – Newberry, FL

All archers from Stage 1 are eligible to continue to Stage 2, however, there is a minimum qualifying score, set by World Archery, that must be achieved after June 10, 2019 and by the September 28th qualification round of the second stage. For men, this score is 640 and for women, it is 605 and it can be shot in any 72-arrow, 70m Round at a sanctioned STAR FITA.

After this qualification round, archers will be cut to the top 16 men and women who have achieved the MQS based on cumulative Trials points. At the event in Chula Vista, cuts will be made in each category to the top 8 archers, who will continue to the fourth and final stage. From there, archers will be nominated to the team to fill the U.S. quota spots.

Who to Watch and How to Follow

Results from Stage 1 are available online for the Men and Women. As the Trials continue, follow scores on USA Archery’s Live Results Page. Following the first stage, the top 16 men and women earned .25-4 points in quarter point increments, plus up to 6 bonus points for high scores. With how many points are left in the Trials and how few have been awarded thus far, anything can happen, but there are some early standouts.

World Champion, World No. 1 and five-time World Cup Final Champion Brady Ellison broke several world records this year, including a 702 72-arrow round at the World Archery Championships. The three-time Olympic Medalist is a strong favorite for the men. Ellison’s World Championship teammates and staples on the World Cup circuit this year Jack Williams and Tom Stanwood are currently 3rd and 4th in the Trials. 16-year-old Josef Scarboro was a surprise, coming in 2nd at the first stage, but he backed it up with mixed team silver at the World Archery Youth Championships last month, and Cadet world record holder Joonsuh Oh is 5th ahead of London 2012 team silver medalist Jacob Wukie.

At just 15, youth standout Casey Kaufhold is the leader of the women’s trials. Kaufhold has also set several national and world records this year as a young trailblazer, who could become the youngest Olympic archer since medalist Denise Parker in 1988. 5-time Olympian Khatuna Lorig, and Rio 2016 Olympian Mackenzie Brown are still in the mix, sitting 7th and 9th respectively. Eliana Claps, who has appeared on several world teams for the U.S. over the past quad is currently 2nd, while compound star Crystal Gauvin is chasing Olympic dreams in 3rd. Alexandria Zuleta-Visser is 4th, just ahead of Erin Mickelberry, who has been a regular for the U.S. on the world circuit this year.

As the Trials continue, follow USA Archery on FacebookTwitter, and Instagramfor updates from the events. Official photos are posted regularly to USA Archery’s photo site.

About USA Archery

USA Archery is the National Governing Body for the Olympic sport of archery in the United States. USA Archery selects and trains Olympic, Paralympic, World Championship, and World Cup teams, as well as developing archery at the grassroots level across the United States. For more information, visit