CRKT® blazes into the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings in Louisville, Kentucky at the Kentucky Exposition Center, May 20th – 22nd in Booth 4525 with new product introductions and hot deals.
First off, an exclusive Ruger® knife line, making its NRA debut, which includes designs for everyday carry, hunting, tactical uses and self-preparedness. Developed by five CRKT® designers who have combined their knowledge of knife making with aesthetic details from Ruger® firearms. These knives are purpose built to be durable and highly functional in the environments where Ruger customers will expect them to perform. This knife line is manufactured by CRKT® under license from Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.
Also making its first appearance on the show floor, the CRKT® Forged By War™ program. Mission ready tools, designed by veterans, with 10% of the CRKT® net profits of the program donated to the veteran’s charity of choice.
Three offerings in the line-up include the Sangrador™ knife by Darrin Sirois, an experienced veteran having accomplished 11 tours of Iraq. The Birler™ axe by Vietnam veteran Elmer Roush, and the new Clever Girl™ fixed blade tactical knife designed by veteran designer Austin McGlaun. These tools are currently benefitting the Green Beret Foundation and Purple Heart Homes, respectively. Come by the booth (4525), or go online during the show dates (www.crkt.com/giveaway), to enter to win the new Clever Girl™ knife. More information about the Forged By War™ program can be found here –http://www.crkt.com/forged-by-war.
CRKT® will also be featuring an exciting line-up of in-booth show specials for purchase. Popular bestsellers and new items, such as the Go-N-Heavy™ and Ken Onion designed, Outrage™ knife will be available to purchase. Every show special includes a one of a kind trucker hat to compliment the purchase.
Founded in 1994, CRKT® is the industry’s premier brand of knives, tools, and lifestyle accessories, with a reputation for innovative design. For more information, call: (800) 891-3100, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, on the web: www.crkt.com.