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  • Leupold Pro Staff Jessie Duff wins Lady’s Title at USPSA Open Nationals

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    Professional shooter Jessie Duff successfully defended her title at the United States Practical Shooting Association’s Open National Championship, held Sept. 27-29 in St. George, Utah. A marathon match, made up of 22 stages, the ladies championship came down to 1.2 percentage points between Duff and the runner-up. Running a Leupold® DeltaPoint® on her custom race […]

  • Scott Simmons joins as VP of Manufacturing & Global Supply Chain

    We are pleased to announce the hiring of Scott Simmons to the executive position of Vice President of Manufacturing and Global Supply Chain. Simmons joins us after some 32 years of experience in a variety of industries, including shipbuilding, nuclear energy, equipment fabrication and aerospace. Most recently, he was the VP of Engineering, Quality and […]

  • Werth Named Chief Financial Officer of the Year

    Howard Werth recognized as CFO of The Year by Portland Business Journal

    We’re proud to announce that our own Howard Werth has been named the Portland Business Journal’s Chief Financial Officer of the Year for large private companies. A key leader behind our drive to implement lean manufacturing techniques, Werth has guided the company through several large-scale projects intended to improve the company’s internal processes and efficiencies. […]

  • AJGA + Leupold, Pace of Play National Sponsorship Announced

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    Photo court Legends Junior Tour‘s Flickr photostream. We recently committed to a seven-year partnership of the Pace of Play program, during which the world’s top junior golfers will learn how to compete on some of the best golf courses in the country, quickly. “This program is one of the AJGA’s most important,” said Stephen Hamblin, […]

  • Marine Corps’ High Shooter Awards

    U.S. Marine recruit Jason Armour, Alpha Company, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, prepares to fire an M16/A4 service rifle while conducting combat marksmanship training aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., Jan. 30, 2013. Recruits are required to complete combat marksmanship training as a graduation requirement.

    Photo court. United States Marine Corps Official Flickr, using CC License In conjunction with the United States Marines Corp, we will be recognizing top shooting recruits by sponsoring the High Shooter award, an honor reaching back to World War II. “As a former Marine, I know the importance the Corps places on firearms proficiency,” said […]