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FoxFury Lighting Solutions signs on as lighting sponsor of the NRA Law Enforcement Division

Published on 10 October 2011
FoxFury donated LED headlamps, flashlights and utility lights as prizes at various NRA shooting competitions
Foxfury donated Command Series headlamps, TX-0 Special Ops helmet lights and Rook Series flashlights

FoxFury Lighting Solutions, designer and manufacturer of professional portable LED lighting, has signed on as the lighting sponsor of the NRA Law Enforcement Division.

FoxFury has donated numerous LED headlamps, flashlights and utility lights as prizes at various NRA shooting competitions including the 2011 National Police Shooting Championships (NPSC) held last week in Albuquerque, New Mexico.   

R. Lee Ermey stopped by the booth at the NRA 2011 NPSC"NRA Law Enforcement is always working to improve the programs we offer to those who protect and serve. There are the armorer academies, shooting schools, tactical seminars, and a variety of shooting competitions. For the competitions, we are also constantly working to improve upon the prizes offered to the competitors," said Glen Hoyer, Director of NRA Law Enforcement.

Among the LED lights donated were Command Series headlamps, TX-0 Special Ops helmet lights, Rook Series flashlights and Scout Series utility lights. These are just a few of the lighting solutions that FoxFury offers for the law enforcement / first responder community.  

"What FoxFury manufactures allows law enforcement officers to operate more efficiently in the field," said Hoyer. "Their generous donation will serve as prized awards for competitors at the National Police Shooting Championships and our Tactical Police Competitions." 

FoxFury exhibited at the 2011 NPSC held last week at the Police Pistol Combat ranges at Shooting Range Park in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Congratulations to Agent Robert Vadasz of the United States Border Patrol who won his third grand championship.  

"FoxFury is extremely proud to be a supporter of the NRA police pistol shooting competition. The NRA is a great organization. You can't hit what you can't see, so lights and shooting go hand in hand," said Tim Ellwood, LE / Military Sales Manager for FoxFury.   

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