Tuesday, March 29, 2011

2011 SHOT Show Was Greatest Ever!

In The Photo Above...

Standing, left to right, Toby Bridges (Outdoor Writer/Hi-Lux Product Promoton); John Wu (Hi-Lux Owner & C.E.O.); David Fourtier (Renowned Gun Writer); Timothy Yam (Field Editor of Shotgun News); Mike Sexton (Owner of Ironsighter/Hi-Lux R&D/Hi-Lux Waranty Repair); Alex Sergeev (Hi-Lux Product Engineer); Christy Steigers-Bridges (Toby's Far Better Half), Chris Tully (Hi-Lux Optics National Sales Manager), and, sitting, Mark Krebs (President/Owner - Krebs Custom Arms), during a break in the traffic at the 2011 SHOT Show, in Las Vegas, NV.

This year's show covered more than 600,000 square feet of exhibit space, making it the biggest, and certainly one of the busiest SHOT Shows in history. The traffic at the Hi-Lux booth was definitely the busiest ever, with more interest than ever in the ever growing line up of quality rifle optics.

"At this year's Shot Show, the majority of Dealers and Law Enforcement personnel that visited our booth showed extreme interest in our CMR1-4X24 scope. This year we also introduced our new Red Illuminated Reticle, which gained a lot of interest to the hunting customer. Also, this was the first year we had an actual Springfield M1A on display, with our M14/M1A mount attached. It was well received, and caught the eye of many walking by!. And, as standard every year, our vintage Wm. Malcolm scopes were extremely popular for that Single Shot enthusiast," said Chris Tully.

A lot of extremely serious sporting rifle owners, professional law enforcement & military tactical marksmen, hard-core hunters, and those looking for period correct optics for early muzzleloading and black powder cartridge rifles have learned that you can pay a whole lot more for rifle optics, but even at two or more times the price, you still cannot buy a better designed, better built riflescope than a Leatherwood/Hi-Lux scope.

To see the entire line, go to - www.hi-luxoptics.com

1 comment:

  1. For the past three years, Mike Sexton and I have been encouraging Hi-Lux Optics to come out with a modern copy of the external adjustment "Unertl-Style" scopes. A lot of companies produced scopes of this design during the first half of the 1900s.

    The '03 Springfield that Mike is holding in this photo is fitted with such a scope.

    Would you like to see the company produce scopes of this design?