Skip to comments.TenPoint Withdraws from ESOS Event, Purchases Lifetime NRA Memberships for Employees
Posted on 01/23/2013 1:44:21 PM PST by EXCH54FE
TenPoint Crossbow Technologies Chairman and CEO, Rick Bednar, expressing his companys steadfast disagreement with the decision of the Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show management to prohibit the display and sale of Modern Sporting Rifles at its 2013 Harrisburg, PA event, has decided to remove TenPoints display from the upcoming February 2-10 show.
We are taking this action to stand in solidarity with many other shooting and outdoor sporting goods manufacturers in support of the guarantees expressed in the 2nd Amendment to our Constitution, Bednar said.
We regret having to make this decision because we have supported this great consumer event nearly every year since our inception in 1994. It is unfortunate, but I believe we must take this position as a matter of principle.
Read more at Ammoland.com: http://www.ammoland.com/2013/01/tenpoint-withdraws-from-esos-event-purchases-lifetime-nra-memberships-for-employees/#ixzz2Ipwvb1ku
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Bravo, Mr. Bednar!
This is becoming quite a cause
I am only seeing this here on FR.
nothing in the MSM or print.
The left is doing propaganda by omission.
I doubt congress critters know how much $$$$$$$ is involved, if they even know anything because of the censorship.
So, is anyone left in the show? It seems to me that there will be quite a number of empty booths.
Lately there is a lot of news they never mention
Mossberg just pulled out too
The anti-chik-fil-a treatment
About 233 have pulled out. I read there were about 1200 involved. One had leased 6500 sq ft for exhibits. One poster said there would be plenty of walk around room. Serves them right. I believe FB has over 16,000 likes for the boycott and a few hundred support it.
Yes! Love it!
About time those on the right act up and show solidarity.
Apparently they are still ticked at what our extremist bitter clinging patriots did to the Redcoats and the 2A that followed.