Tag: Oregon

Customer Appreciation
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Customer Appreciation

We are honored to have so many wonderful customers that use our products. Our Customer Service team gets the opportunity to speak with customers from varied backgrounds who have interesting stories on a daily basis. Every once in a while a truly special customer stands out, with fierce loyalty, appreciation, and general kindness. Edward Palumbo,... read more >>

Warne Scope Mounts announces new VP of Operations
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Warne Scope Mounts announces new VP of Operations

Warne welcomes Brian Motland as its new VP of Operations.  Brian grew up in Montana camping, fishing and hunting with his family.  In high school Brian learned the value of hard work while filling part time jobs at several local farms.  He attended Montana School of Mines and earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering... read more >>

2016 Warne Scope Mounts Northwest Multigun Challenge
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2016 Warne Scope Mounts Northwest Multigun Challenge

The Central Oregon Shooting Sports Association (COSSA) shooting range was the site of the 2016 Warne Scope Mounts Northwest Multigun Challenge. While several Team Warne pro shooters finished near or at the top of the leader board, several Warne employees took advantage of the opportunity to get away from the shop and shoot some 3 gun for... read more >>

2016 Warne Scope Mounts Northwest Multigun Challenge congratulates Team Warne shooters
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2016 Warne Scope Mounts Northwest Multigun Challenge congratulates Team Warne shooters

It was a blustery afternoon at the Central Oregon Shooting Sports Association (COSSA) range in Bend, Oregon as 200 competitors gathered for a well-earned lunch, followed by an awards presentation to the top shooters of the 2016 Warne Scope Mounts Northwest Multigun Challenge. Shooters were certainly challenged by the 9 “prison breakout” themed stages, but... read more >>

Ground squirrel “season” is upon us
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Ground squirrel “season” is upon us

In Oregon, the month of March can be a time of change.  Daylight savings, the start of spring, hopes of slightly warmer weather and sage rat hunting.  What are commonly referred to as “sage rats”, are actually the Belding’s ground squirrel. An abundant rodent that often finds itself in the alfalfa fields of Eastern Oregon.... read more >>