Good things come to those who wait. Look before you leap. Haste makes waste. As someone who used to put the “pro” in procrastinate, I get it. But I’ve learned that there comes a time to act. To commit yourself to a course of action and make the best of it, come what may. If you haven’t done so already, it’s time for you to click here and buy your tickets to the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival on November 14 or 15 at Best of the West Shooting Sports in Liberty Hill. The only downsides: getting there and the price. We’re well aware that there are miles and miles of Texas and that $69 isn’t . . .
chump change. If you calculate the cost of multiple tickets for friends and/or family members (Non-Shooter tickets cost $25, kids 12 and under are free), the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival is asking for a significant amount of your hard-earned cash. But we’ve done everything in our power to offer ticket holders outstanding value for money. Here’s why . . .
- No hidden fees! – You don’t pay a dime for ammo or targets…shoot as much as you like
- Shoot over 100 guns – The 2015 Texas Firearms Festival is America’s premier “come and shoot it” event. Ticket holders can ring steel at the SB Tactical Rifle Range, Texas State Rifle Association Pistol Range and over a dozen demonstration bays, shooting over 100 different firearms in all. [Click here for a list of exhibitors.]
- Shoot hard-to-find guns – Have you ever shot a TrackingPoint Precision-Guided Firearm [above]? An STI 1911? Kel-Tec KSG? A Bergara R8? SIG SAUER’s P229 Legion Series? The 2015 Texas Firearms has a wide range of hard-to-find way-cool guns to shoot.
- Get genuine discounts on new guns – Ticket holders can purchase the latest and greatest firearms from some of America’s best gunmakers at genuine discounts – which could easily pay for the price of admission.
- Sample Austin’s best food trucks and firearm-related shopping – The Range At Austin Retail Village will be home to over 40 different firearms-related retailers and pro-gun organizations (not to mention Asgard Training’s free shoot/no shoot simulator). We’ll also have some of Austin’s finest food truck cuisine.
Studies show that families remember and treasure experiences more than stuff. Think of the “experiential” alternatives to the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival and do the math. usatoday.com prices a date night at the movies at $150. iFly’s indoor skydiving family package costs $272. Go-karting for four? $180. Note: none of these activities lasts seven hours. And none of them celebrate your natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms.
Yes there is that. The 2015 Texas Firearms Festival is a unique opportunity to meet hundreds of like-minded gun owners. To exchange ideas and information with the Texas-based and national pro-gun groups fighting to defend and extend your gun rights. It’s a firearms freedom get-together unlike any other – at any price. Speaking of which . . .
The price of a Shooter ticket goes up from $69 to $89 at the door. A Non-Shooter ticket rises from $25 to $29, Ordering a ticket online is quick and easy, and makes picking-up your ticket at the Festival that much faster. So if you haven’t bought your tickets to the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival yet, now’s the time to click here and order yours today!
Oh, and there are still plenty of hotel rooms and flights available for out-of-towners who understand the value of speed, surprise and violence of action. Just sayin’ . . .