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Nightforce Optics To Exhibit At 2017 NRA Annual Meetings

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

Nightforce® Optics, Inc., is excited to announce their exhibition at the 2017 National Rifle Association Annual Meetings (NRAAM) in Atlanta, GA.

On hand will be the line-up of premium optics and accessories, including several new for 2017 items such as the ATACR 7-35×56 F1 riflescope, Mil-C reticle and the lightweight, carbon fiber tripod. Also on hand for Saturday and Sunday will be hunting personality Sportswoman Courtney, talking about her experiences in the field with Nightforce riflescopes and signing autographs. If you find yourself at the NRA Annual Meetings, visit booth #831 to learn more about Nightforce.

The 2017 NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits features more than 15 acres of the most spectacular displays of firearms, shooting and hunting accessories in the world, drawing tens of thousands of Second Amendment supporters, NRA members and shooting sports enthusiasts from across the nation.

Nightforce is a leading manufacturer and marketer of premium sport optics and related products, including riflescopes, spotting scopes and accessories. We are known for our rugged, high-precision engineered designs that are capable of holding up to punishing conditions. Based in Orofino, Idaho, Nightforce has established a benchmark for high-quality, high- performance products that have accompanied soldiers into battle, world champion shooters to the winner’s podium, and helped hunters take the trophy of a lifetime.

www.nightforceoptics.com

Leupold Files Lawsuit Against Nightforce Over Patent Violations

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Leupold & Stevens, Inc., has filed a civil suit in the U.S. District Court of Oregon alleging patent violations by Lightforce U.S.A., doing business as Nightforce. In the suit, Leupold & Stevens, Inc., alleges that Nightforce is marketing and selling products that infringe on a variety of patents owned by Leupold & Stevens, Inc. and is seeking all available remedies.

The lawsuit is based on six patents for riflescope adjustments, internal optical mechanisms, and flip covers.
Leupold & Stevens, Inc., has been pioneering riflescope and sporting optics technology since 1947, when it developed a non-fogging riflescope charged with nitrogen. Today, Leupold® has been granted over 151 patents and design registrations in 18 countries, representing Leupold’s continued commitment to innovation and development of sports optics. For more information on Leupold products, please visit us at www.leupold.com.