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Gamo Introduces First Annual Squirrel Master Classic Hunting Event

Gamo Outdoor USA has partnered with Buckmasters to host the first annual "Squirrel Master Classic" hunting event.

Gamo Outdoor USA has partnered with Buckmasters to host the first annual "Squirrel Master Classic" hunting event, which will be held Feb. 19 and 20, 2014 in Montgomery, Ala.

Top hunters and hunting TV personalities will pair up with media editors, Gamo distributors and Gamo executives for the hunting competition. Participating Gamo Prostaff include Bone Collector's Shawn Michaels, MRA Hunting's Jackie Bushman, Buckmasters Keith Warren, Addicted to the Outdoors with Jon and Gina, Doug Koenig and Brian "Pig Man" Quaca.

“We are excited to present The Squirrel Master Classic as a new competition that Gamo has put together with the aim of becoming the annual competition for all the squirrel hunting and air gunners’ enthusiasts," said Director of Marketing of Gamo Outdoor USA Jordi Riera. "The competition goal is to showcase the latest and greatest in Gamo technology, display the principles of hunting with air rifles, while having fun with all the Gamo Prostaff members. We expect the Squirrel Master Classic to become an event that everyone will wait for year after year...”

Footage from the event will air during the spring season.

For more information, go to GamoUSA.com.

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3 Responses to Gamo Introduces First Annual Squirrel Master Classic Hunting Event

Fred Frost wrote:
February 20, 2014

This is great except here in ky the morons in office passed a law that we cant hunt with only a .25cal or larger air gun. Before this law was passed I harvested many squirrels,rabbits,raccoons with my Gamo .177 hunter extreme.

David Key wrote:
February 19, 2014

This would be a good time to introduce you to, The Squirrel Cleaning Buddy'. It's a portable bracket that holds your squirrel while you clean it. Strap on to a tree, and do the job. Look for it soon, in a hunting supply store near you.

donny lynch wrote:
February 18, 2014

Use real hunters not I cream hunters