KRISS Arms Continues Sponsorship of Student of the Gun for 2013 Season

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (August 2012) KRISS® Arms, manufacturer of the revolutionary Vector line of .45ACP pistols, carbines, short barreled rifles and sub-machine guns, is pleased to announce their continued sponsorship of Student of the Gun for season 3. Student of the Gun is a weekly web-based program hosted by veteran instructor and shooter, Paul Markel.

Every Student of the Gun episode features education and entertainment from the world of firearms. Paul Markel looks at the latest guns and gear and hits the range with some of today’s top instructors and firearms industry personnel. “SOTG is focused on educating our viewers and exposing them to the latest in the firearms industry. As a cutting-edge, innovative firearms manufacturing company, we are very excited to have KRISS® continue their sponsorship of our show,” said Paul Markel. Season 3 will feature new guns, legendary trainers, and a new regular feature, “Before the Storm”. All of the new episodes of Student of the Gun will be available for instant viewing by simply going to http://www.studentofthegun.com.

“During the first two seasons we were constantly asked if our shows were available online. For SOTG 3.0 we will be putting each and every one of the 26 new episodes online for all to see,” said Paul Markel host and producer. “The feature episode for each week will be up for viewing each Monday evening.”

KRISS® Arms, an innovative Swiss-based group, delivers proprietary technologies to the firearms industry enabling more efficient solutions, corresponding to the 21st century requirements for the global law enforcement, military and civilian markets. KRISS is headquartered in Switzerland, with production and operations in Switzerland, as well as in Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA.

For more information, visit: www.kriss-usa.com or call 757-821-1089.

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