( Ft. Worth, Texas – June 19, 2022) AirForce Airguns and its sister company, R.A.W. will once again be attending the The Rocky Mountain Airgun Challenge, the United States largest airgun competition. Held at the Garth Kilpack Shooting Range in Springville, Utah from August 26th – 29th and hosted by Utah Airguns, the Rocky Mountain Airgun Challenge draws shooters from all over the world to compete in multiple airgun shooting disciplines for a chance to win part of a total prize pool of over $100,000.
“We look forward to RMAC every year since it is one of the premier airgun events on the calendar,” commented AirForce CEO John McCaslin. “RMAC offers us the chance to show what our air rifles can do side by side with the rest of our industry. Every year we have attended the competition has gotten better and more enjoyable.”
“AirForce Airguns and R.A.W. have been working with the rest of the airgun universe to elevate airguns to the level they are at now. RMAC is an important part of that since competitive airgunning gives everyone the chance to show their best. Some of the airgun shooters are amazing and we are just proud to be a part of this,” added McCaslin.
Established in 1998, AirForce Airguns was the first company to mass-produce high-quality PCP air rifles in the United States. Every AirForce rifle features a German-made Lothar Walther match grade barrel with all other components being manufactured and assembled in their Ft. Worth, Texas-based manufacturing facility. AirForce Airguns, a founding member of the Airgun Sporting Association, continues to work to educate legislators and regulators about airguns on a local, state, and national level. In 2018 AirForce Airguns acquired RAW Airguns and continues to manufacture RAW rifles in the original RAW factory in Minor Hill, Tennessee.
Serious airgunning starts at AirForce Airguns.
For more information on AirForce Airguns, visit the website www.airforceairguns.com or write to
AirForce Airguns, P.O. Box 2478, Fort Worth, Texas 76113.