Walther Arms Announces Title Sponsorship of the USPSA Area 4 Championship

Walther Arms
Walther Arms

Fort Smith AR – -(Ammoland.com)- With a competitive roster of over 350 shooters from Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma, the USPSA Area 4 match brings in a number of the most accomplished area shooters to compete in the local area championship.

This marks the first year Walther Arms has actively sponsored the USPSA match and looks to do more with the introduction of their 5-inch PPQ model.  Walther will host an independent side match and have select models of their current line available for consumers to try out and shoot.

Everett Deger – Director of Marketing for Walther Firearms stated, “We are taking aggressive steps to become a more prevalent fixture in the world of competitive shooting. ”

“Walther Arms has a long history of producing some of the highest quality firearms available and there is no better place to test the strength of your reputation than in the competitive shooting arena.”

U.S. Practical Shooting Association
U.S. Practical Shooting Association

The USPSA continues to grow as an organization building on a rich thirty-year history and a membership of over 20,000 recreational and competitive shooters. With over 400 active clubs nationwide, USPSA competitive events have become a renowned testing ground for a number of techniques, which have become common practice among law enforcement and military professionals.

About Walther Arms, Inc.

Entering its 130th year, Walther has earned the trust of law enforcement professionals, recreational shooters, and athletes through its line of reliable pistols and tactical rimfire replicas. Walther Arms manufactures and markets firearms of various calibers ranging from .22 to .40. For more information, visit www.WaltherArms.com

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