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FightLite Industries to Exhibit at NASGW 2017

(Melbourne, FL) October 13, 2017 – FightLite® Industries, the country’s leading manufacturer of innovative, mission & sport configurable firearms, parts and accessories announces that it will be exhibiting its products in Booth #233 at the NASGW 2017 Annual Meeting and Expo.

The National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) is hosting its annual event this year at the San Antonio Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas. Dates are October 17-20, 2017 with a live-fire Range Day scheduled for October 17 at the Cedar Ridge Range in San Antonio.

“We look forward to the NASGW show each year as our main opportunity to reconnect in person with our Wholesale Distributors, Manufacturer Reps and other industry friends and partners in our distribution chain. FightLite® Industries is committed to the 2-step distribution model, which in our industry begins with the sporting goods wholesalers who in turn supply the FFL retailers that generally stock our products.” said Geoffrey Herring, President-CEO.

This year, FightLite® Industries will be exhibiting its premium grade Dual-Feed™ MCR® rifle line along with its 50-State semi-automatic SCR® sporting rifles. New products being introduced by FightLite® at this year’s NASGW event include a .300 AAC Blackout (300 BLK) offering for its tremendously successful SCR® rifle lineup and an exciting new pistol based on the SCR® receiver group that is being offered in 5.56 NATO and also in .300 AAC Blackout (300 BLK).

FightLite® Industries is a participating NASGW Range Sponsor and invites all visitors including Wholesalers, Rep Groups, Media personnel and Industry members to shoot FightLite® products during the NASGW Range Day scheduled for October 17 at the Cedar Ridge Range in San Antonio.

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One Response to “FightLite Industries to Exhibit at NASGW 2017”

  1. Joe says:

    The pistol looks silly, and I still kinda want one.

    I wish they’d produce a 7.62 magazine well SCR, but I also wish the MCR upper alone wasn’t in line with a lightly used Hyundai.