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Give It A Shot: Free Firearms Workshop-Using Suppressors

MANSFIELD, Ga. (3/19/2015)

Join BPI Outdoors and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division at a free firearms workshop that highlights the use of suppressors.  This workshop will take place April 11, 2015 (1-6 pm) at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center in Mansfield, Ga. 

Experts from BPI Outdoors will be on hand to demonstrate and allow participants to try their DEAD AIR ARMAMENT suppressors.  Ammunition and firearms will be provided for your use during the workshop. BPI Outdoors will also have knowledgeable staff on hand to provide guidance regarding the ATF permitting process for legally owning a suppressor. 

BPI Outdoors, located in Duluth, GA is the parent company of several highly successful product brands in the hunting & shooting industry, including CVA® muzzleloading, DEAD AIR ARMAMENT™ suppressors POWERBELT® muzzleloading bullets, QUAKE® hunting & shooting accessories,  DURASIGHT™ scope mounts and BERGARA™ barrels, actions and rifles™ .   

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.  Upon registering, participants will need to choose a time slot to attend.  Only 30 spaces per hour are available, so don’t wait to sign up.  

The Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center is located near Mansfield, less than an hour southeast of Atlanta off interstate 20. Participants can choose to bring their own tents and gear or lodge at Charlie Elliott’s beautiful conference center, part of a popular complex including a wildlife management and public fishing area. 

For more information or to register, call 770-761-3010. 


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