Crimson Trace and Camp Patriot Team Up to Take Disabled Army Veterans Hunting

Crimson Trace and Camp Patriot have teamed up to take two wounded special forces veterans on a high-tech feral hog hunt in Texas.

The two veterans will stalk the feral pigs in complete darkness then use AR patterned rifles to “bring home the bacon”. Both veterans were wounded in Afghanistan and have been on a long road to recovery. The firearms industry has been forefront in support of veterans rehabilitation charities.

According to Micah Clarke, founder of Camp Patriot, “CTC continues to lead the way in mission-critical products for the warfighter and also continues to champion the cause of giving back to those who have given.”

I2Technologies will be supplying hand-selected pvs14 night vision systems, Trijicon, Leupold and Warne have donated scopes and mounts, and Nosler will be supplying ammunition for the veterans’ feral hog hunt.

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