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Trijicon Continues Supporting Hunters With SCI Corporate Sponsorship


TrijiconThis summer, Trijicon renewed its long-standing Safari Club International corporate sponsorship, according to SCI President Craig Kauffman. “We are both honored and privileged to have a company like Trijicon continue to support Safari Club International and our mission of furthering hunter’s rights and conservation around the globe,” Kauffman said.

Since the company’s founding in 1981, Trijicon has been an industry in the development of superior any-light aiming systems. World-renowned for its innovative applications of tritium and advanced fiber-optics, Trijicon manufactures highly-advanced riflescopes and sights for tactical and sporting applications, and counts among its valued customers the United States Marine Corps, United States Army, United States Special Operations Forces, United States Government, and state and local law enforcement, as well as a growing number of serious sport hunters around the globe.

“Trijicon, Inc. is honored to be a long-time supporter of Safari Club International,” said Tom Munson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “It is important that we continue to support conservation and advocacy organizations that protect our wildlife, the environment, and hunter’s rights.”

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Boyt Harness Renews Partnership with SCI


BoytSafari Club International (SCI) is proud to announce Boyt Harness Company’s renewal of their long-standing corporate sponsorship of SCI.

“We’re pleased to have Boyt renew its corporate sponsorship of Safari Club International,” said SCI President, Craig Kauffman. “Boyt is also a licensed provider of SCI logo wear, worn around the world with pride by dedicated international big game hunters,” he concluded.

“We are proud to be associated with SCI and adamantly support their efforts to promote sound, quality game management in North America and throughout the world and are especially supportive of their unprecedented efforts in defending the rights of hunters,” said Tony Caligiuri, President of Boyt Harness Company and a long time SCI Life Member.

Boyt Harness Company, which markets fine gun cases, clothing, hunting accessories, and tactical products, is also home to the popular Bob Allen line of shooting accessories and upland hunting products; top-of-the-line Secure Vault gun safes, cases, and range boxes; and Mud River dog products.

New Gaston J. Glock Extreme Performance Shooting Shirt


tri442039frostSCI Corporate Sponsor, Gaston J. Glock Style LP, recently announced the newest addition to its shooting apparel line, the Extreme Performance Shooting Shirt, that’s made in Germany from COOLMAX, an innovative performance fabric proven to lower skin temperature and heart rate during physical exertion.

COOLMAX provides an effective fiber-based moisture management system, wicking away perspiration from the body and through the fabric where it evaporates quickly, allowing the wearer to feel cooler and more comfortable. The Extreme Performance Shooting Shirt has been function tested and certified by ADVANSA, a leading European polyester fiber producer, based in Germany.

The Extreme Performance Shooting Shirt is designed for both men and women. The V-neck shooting shirt is slightly longer in the back to provide a better fit over the hips while the sleeves are cut intentionally shorter for a greater freedom of movement in the upper arm area while shooting. There is also a stitched pleat in the back that allows for more freedom of movement.  Shirts are cut differently for men and women with the women’s cut close fitting with a slightly fitted waist, while the men’s cut is not.

The Extreme Performance Shooting Shirt is available for purchase on the website for $95.00 and comes in sizes S – 3XL for men and XS – 3XL for women.

Global Rescue Emergency Evacuation


burma-crash2SCI Corporate Sponsor Global Rescue performed a complicated evacuation for a plane crash that occurred on Christmas day 2012. Global Rescue’s Operations Team was notified of a plane crash that occurred just short of the runway at Heho airport in Burma. Among the many casualties were a husband and wife who were Global Rescue members. The wife sustained a minor spinal injury, while the husband suffered burns on nearly 40% of his body and required immediate medical attention. Global Rescue coordinated airlifting the couple to Bangkok, Thailand, where they were transported directly to one of that country’s leading hospitals, and where a Global Rescue paramedic was waiting to oversee their care.

Once the husband’s condition was stable, specialists from Johns Hopkins Medicine were consulted and the husband transported by private ICU aircraft to the best burn center in Singapore. After overseeing several skin grafts during the following two weeks, Global Rescue transferred the husband by air ambulance to his home hospital in New York City. The wife has been fitted with an orthopedic back brace, and was flown to her husband’s bedside. The couple continues to recover.

Global-Rescue-logoIn addition to the life-saving efforts, Global Rescue tended to other matters of great importance to the couple including replacing the wife’s prescription glasses that were destroyed in the crash and recovering the wedding ring that was cut off during initial treatment. Global Rescue also reached out to notify the couple’s daughter, and arranged for bedside counseling after this traumatic event.

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