Do you compete through the USPSA or IDPA? Maybe you're just someone who owns a Walther handgun and has been looking for an excuse to try competitive shooting. Either way, #WinWithWalther could be for you.
Walther Arms, Inc. has a rich history in supporting competition shooting with their rimfire and airgun competition rifles and pistols. Now, Walther is making a bold move to target practical shooting competitions as well.
Long story short, Walther is hoping to encourage more people to participate in practical shooting, putting $400,000 on the line for anyone who wins with a Walther.
"We have seen a gain in popularity within our product line, and especially the Q5 match which was purpose built for the carry optics division. We are excited to promote the entire Walther product line through encouraging the activity of competition shooting. Walther is known for excellence in trigger design and our signature ergonomic grip, these features will directly correlate to comfortable and accurate shooting in the competition space," says Kevin Wilkerson, Marketing Manager at Walther Arms.
Check out this video Walther just released about the new initiative:
Walther has made it incredibly easy for shooters to participate in the program, and will be rewarding top placement in specified divisions.
The rules are simple:
1. You MUST place using a Walther pistol.
2. You MUST email [email protected] with proof of your placement and a picture of your winning smile while holding the Walther Pistol you used to win!
For a list of events you can shoot in to be eligible, and for more details on the 2017 Walther Contingency Program, visit www.WaltherArms.com/winwithwalther.
Walther is the premier provider of personal protection and recreational firearms of various calibers ranging from .22 to .45. With a vast devotion for continued innovation and customer focus in a fast growing industry, Walther Arms engineers products that are Built for Life. You can follow and subscribe to Walther Arms online via Walther's website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
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