Glock Days 2015 at Vance Outdoors

This year's Glock Days may be the best one to date.

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Shoot the new Glock 43 at the Vance Outdoors Shooting Range With all of the excitement this year, the revelation of the new G43 this year was by far Glock's biggest announcement. The G43 will be available to shoot at our Obetz Shooting Range & Training Center.

The beginning of May marks the traditional Glock Days at Vance Outdoors. This year, the event will take place on May 1st and 2nd, and will be headlined by the reveal of the NEW Glock 43 Single Stack Pistol. Customers can come handle and shoot this brand new firearm at our Shooting Range & Training Center.

A drawing will be taking place for your chance to win a Free Glock Pistol. Entries are available at all three stores, and one civilian, as well as one LE/Military Glock pistol will be given away. Glock factory reps will be at our Obetz location both days to answer any of your questions, and as an added bonus, they'll be providing free pistol inspections.

Vance Outdoors receiving award from Ruger Participants who purchase Glock pistols will have the opportunity to receive a free range bag and get special pricing on Glock accessories such as magazines and night sights

We didn't fall short on deals this year when it comes to the Glock brand either. The first 50 customers to purchase a new Glock pistol will receive a Free Glock range bag (excludes the G43). Also, receive a set of Glock night sights for just $50 (installation included) when you purchase any new Glock pistol (excludes the G42 & G43). Last, but certainly not least, get a new magazine for just $1 when you purchase any new Glock pistol (excludes LE, G42 & G43).

Free Course: Troubleshooting The Pistol

New to this year's Glock Days, we're hosting a free course at our Obetz location specifically for law enforcement firearm instructors titled "Troubleshooting The Pistol". This is a two hour block of instruction designed to orient the firearm instructor to a systematic process that identifies and isolates malfunctions related to the shooter, ammunition, and the pistol. Firearm instructors will be able to correctly diagnose problems and select a proper remedy. The course will be instructed by Warren Ackerson (Regional Manager for Glock, Inc). The first class will take place Friday, May 1st from 9am-11am, and the second class will follow from 1pm-3pm. All attendees will be entered in to a drawing for a free Glock pistol. Law enforcement firearms instructors that are interested in attending can e-mail for more information.