When the United States High Power Shooting Association decided to part ways with the National Rifle Association and hold its own competitions, one of the first details to attend to was securing award medallions for its matches.
Shawn Agne, president of the Central Indiana High Power Rifle Shooters, led his club’s efforts to organize competitions for the new US High Power Shooting Association, for which he now serves as president and match director.
Agne initially contacted Medalcraft Mint under the assumption that additional clubs would step up to the plate and contribute to the new endeavor. When that support failed to materialize, the Central Indiana club took the lead and Agne worked directly with our team to secure award medallions in time for their last regional event.
“The Medalcraft team was so easy to work with and I was really impressed with your service,” Agne says. “The medals are solid, not plated, and they made a positive reflection on our organization. We don’t like to do anything halfway, and these medals are definitely superior to competition medals presented by the NRA. We received compliments from everyone about the medals.”