The Long Reach of Leupold Optics
Stephanie Guenther, News Desk
How many pots can one company stir? Behold the many arms of Leupold Optics.
Just this month, they’ve reached into the viscera of women’s shooting sports, conservation efforts, military training, and hunting. This is nothing new for them, it’s common LOS (Leupold Operating Procedure).
In support of women shooting sports, Leupold was recently a contributor to the annual A Girl And A Gun Festival. The event was held October 6-7 at the Rockcastle Shooting Center in Edmonson County, Kentucky. The annual event offered clinics to address specific shooting techniques and skills, several matches, and an awards presentation. The festival is geared toward building a strong female presence in the world of competitive shooting sports.
“The energy at the A Girl and A Gun Fall Festival match is fantastic. Watching the camaraderie blossom between the women and watching them take risks and growing – it’s all amazing. I’m glad Leupold helps support this match!”
Conservation is important to Leupold Optics. They recently partnered with First Lite, committing to donating 5% of the proceeds from the sale of every pair of BX-4 Pro guide HD Binoculars in First Lite Fusion toward the support of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
“No other optics or clothing companies do more for sportsman’s rights and conservation across the U.S. than Leupold & Stevens Inc. and First Lite.”
As a supplier of riflescopes to the United States Marine Corps Special Operations Command (MARSOC), Leupold riflescopes have long served in combat conditions around the world. This recent photo is of a Marine Scout Sniper Platoon that had used Leupold optics in a training session.
“The recognition of the quality and dependability by MARSOC further strengthens the position that Leupold is well-respected in the U.S. military,” said Chris Estadt, Leupold’s director of military business development.
And finally, as hunting season has descended, Leupold optics are helping hunters bag their game. Noting that the recent food-consciousness trend is nothing new or unusual to Leupold employees, the website has begun a Field to Table series. This new series features the demonstration of how they process and prepare meals from the wild game they’ve harvested. The first installment of Leupold’s Field to Table series is about Elk Chili called Elkamino. It is a traditional chili recipe with Mexican flare, including Mexican beer. You can find the recipe here.
This has been a Leupold Optics News Report.
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