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Aimpoint and MidwayUSA Partner to Support the NRA

November 03, 2009  | 


Aimpoint CompM4 electronic red dot sight

Aimpoint Inc. and MidwayUSA have teamed up once again to show their support for the National Rifle Association. This popular promotion gives NRA members an opportunity to purchase an Aimpoint CompM4 electronic red dot sight at a special price, with a $100 donation made to the NRA by Aimpoint for every sight package purchased from MidwayUSA through the end of 2009.

Anyone who purchases a sight through this program who is not already an NRA member will receive a free one-year NRA membership, compliments of MidwayUSA. 

"Aimpoint and MidwayUSA both represent strong brands in the industry," said Kayne Robinson, NRA General Operations Executive Director. "The NRA is grateful for their support of the Second Amendment and preserving our freedoms."

The Aimpoint CompM4 is designated as the M68 Close Combat Optic (M68CCO) in the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force. The product package available through this NRA promotion includes: an Aimpoint CompM4 sight, quick-release Picatinny rail mount, spacer for AR-15 or similar rifles, KillFlash anti-reflection device, and MILSPEC rubber lens covers. The sight comes completely set up and ready to mount. 

This special purchase opportunity ends December 31, 2009. Go to www.nra.org/aimpoint or call MidwayUSA at 1-800-243-3220 to order an Aimpoint CompM4 sight. 

For more information on Aimpoint or Aimpoint products, visit www.aimpoint.com

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