The State of New Hampshire is one that I’ve finally made the pilgrimage to. Along with my frequent firearms cohort Hop, we made our first official visit to the Granite State for the grand opening of the new SIG Sauer Experience Center (SEC). Along with those experiences, we were able to get a first look at some new firearms that will be coming out soon and take in the local scenery, culture, and traffic of the general tri-state area of Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. In today’s episode, we talk a bit about our experiences both that the SEC, SIG’s Exeter New Hampshire manufacturing facility, as well as what we like, and don’t like about the various waves that SIG has been making within the firearms industry and what the future might hold for both SIG and the rest of the firearms manufacturing industry.
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TFB B-Side Podcast: Hop and Luke Talk About New Hampshire
In today’s episode of the TFB B-Side Podcast, TFBTV Presenter Hop and Luke talk a bit about some recent experiences in New Hampshire, as well as a bunch of other unrelated topics. Hop and Luke were fortunate enough to meet up with the SIG Sauer crew for the grand opening ceremony of the new SIG Sauer Experience center which is SIG’s flagship gun range, gun store, museum, and training center essentially replacing the old SIG Pro Shop and Training facilities. The catch with the new SIG Experience Center is that it’s open to the public and will be catering to the needs of the local firearms owners of New Hampshire, as well as anyone who wants to swing by and take a look at the many firearms available for purchase and for rent, and maybe even take a relaxing sit in the new Club 1751 Lounge.
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