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Springfield Armory Sponsors First-Ever Pew Pew National Shooting Tournament in Belize

Posted: Wednesday, February 8, 2023. 2:46 pm CST.

By Breaking Belize News Staff: Excitement is building as the first-ever Pew Pew National Shooting Tournament, sponsored by Springfield Armory, is set to take place in Belize on March 26th,2023. This historic event is the first of its kind in the country and is expected to draw participants from all over the region.

Breaking Belize News is proud to announce its coverage of this unique and highly anticipated tournament. With the support of Springfield Armory, one of the biggest names in the international firearm industry, the Pew Pew “Playground” (Range) Grand Opening promises to be an unforgettable experience for all participants.

The tournament will be held annually and will feature shuttle services for participants and fans to ensure a smooth and stress-free experience. Furthermore, all participants will have the opportunity to win a FREE 9mm pistol through a raffle, making this tournament not just a competitive event but also an exciting opportunity to take home a new firearm.

Whether you’re a seasoned shooter or just starting out, the Pew Pew National Shooting Tournament is a great chance to hone your skills and show off your abilities. So mark your calendars and get ready for the Pew Pew Grand Opening, coming this March.

For further information regarding the event, please visit this Facebook page.


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