Kahr Sponsors YouTube Shooting Video Contest

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posted on October 14, 2016
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Kahr Firearms Group is sponsoring a YouTube shooting video contest for those who own Kahr, Magnum Research and Auto-Ordnance firearms. Shooters who are 18 years or older can submit a video of their impressive shooting skills for a chance to win $5,000 worth of products from Kahr Firearms Group.

“For three years now, we have hosted these YouTube Shooting Challenges” said Frank Harris, vice president of sales and marketing for Kahr Firearms Group. “In our first challenge, we asked contestants to demonstrate their accuracy and skill at long-range shooting. In year two, it was an action-packed speed shooting contest. This year we are looking for some safe, fun, creative shooting demonstrations. Responsible shooting of any Kahr Firearm Group gun is always enjoyable – and we want videos that demonstrate that in a creative way.”

To enter, contestants must produce a video that is between 30 seconds and 5 minutes in length. Once completed, the video must be uploaded to YouTube, and a URL needs to be given to Kahr Firearms Group. After that, the winner will be the video that garners the highest combination of likes and views. Each like will be counted as five video views. The contest runs from Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 2016. A complete list of contest rules can be found here.

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