Countdown Begins for the 2012 Engravers & Gunmakers Exhibition on Jan. 20-22

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“The Greatest Assembly of Custom Guns and Engraving in America” is just around the corner as the John Ascuaga’s Nugget Hotel prepares to welcome attendees Jan. 20-22 to the 28th annual Firearms Engravers & Gunmakers Exhibition, a joint effort of the American Custom Gunmakers Guild (http://www.ACGG.org) and the Firearms Engravers Guild of America (http://www.FEGA.com).

America’s elite engravers and custom gunmakers are headed to John Ascuaga’s Nugget Hotel in Reno/Sparks, NV, to share exclusive examples of their wares at the 2012 edition of the popular Firearms Engravers & Gunmakers Exhibition.

The annual event, now in its 28th year, is a joint effort of the American Custom Gunmakers Guild (http://www.ACGG.org) and the Firearms Engravers Guild of America (http://www.FEGA.com). Their theme this year: “Reward Yourself: Isn't It time for a Custom Gun?”

With its lineup of talent and displays of craftsmanship, there’s little wonder why those in the industry call this, “The Greatest Assembly of Custom Guns and Engraving in America.”

In addition to ACGG and FEGA members, select exhibitors from The American Bladesmith Society and the Knifemakers Guild will also be featured. For an exhibitor list, visit http://www.ACGG.org/events/2012-exhibitors.

The Jan. 20-22 dates for the Firearms Engravers & Gunmakers Exhibition are concurrent with the Wild Sheep Foundation’s “Sheep Show,” the largest mountain hunting convention under one roof. Attendees to the Firearms Engravers & Gunmakers Exhibition will receive discounted admission to the “Sheep Show.”

Admission cost for the ACGG and FEGA exhibition is $20 per person per day and is paid at the entrance. Hours are noon to 9 p.m., Friday; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. A “Banquet, Awards and Auctions” event is scheduled for Saturday evening.

Free seminars will be offered on Monday, Jan. 23, the day following the exhibition.

ACGG’s seminar offering takes place Monday, 9 a.m. to noon, and is titled “Accuracy Principles and Application to the Modern Sporting Rifle” by Speedy Gonzalez. FEGA’s free Monday seminars are: “Flush Gold Inlay” by Bob Evans; “Movement in Design” by Lee Griffiths; and, “Basic Metal Carving” by Andrew Biggs.

For more information about the American Custom Gunmakers Guild, the Firearms Engravers Guild of America and the 2012 Firearms Engravers & Gunmakers Exhibition, visit http://www.ACGG.org and http://www.FEGA.com.

For information related to the Exhibition, call (507) 645-8811.

About ACGG and FEGA: The American Custom Gunmakers Guild (ACGG) advances the art of custom gunmaking by increasing public awareness and appreciation for quality custom firearms and promoting custom gunmaking as an accepted art form. The goals of the Firearms Engravers Guild of America (FEGA) are to provide opportunities for engravers to exchange ideas and knowledge, assist in improving individual skills and raise public interest and appreciation in quality firearms engraving.

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