SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL
Most of us have returned to work from our hearths and families after enjoying thanks and good fellowship. Life would not have much spice or spark without gratitude and the cheer friends and families bring. We are refreshed and renewed, and we ready ourselves for the final push to the end of the year.
November was a beautiful month here in Arizona and as I write this letter just before Thanksgiving the weather is in the upper 60’s. It looks like great training weather for our 250 Pistol class and 223 Carbine class December 8-12. Take your end of the year leave and come on out to beautiful Arizona.
January brings Gunsite back into full swing as we prepare for a great 2015 training calendar. Send your application in for your 2015 class before January 1 and receive 2014 pricing. If you don’t see the course you are looking for in the 2015 calendar make sure to check the website as we add classes on to our schedule monthly. If you have not received your 2015 calendar, give us a call and we will put one in the mail. Many of our class offering for next spring are almost full, so if you are thinking of signing up for an early class get your application in soon.
If you missed our Black Raven Friday sales last week check out our Gunsite store sale on all of the firearms in our inventory for deep cuts on retail pricing. There are some outstanding values on quality pistols, carbines and that most popular rifle of the year the Ruger Gunsite Scout. Purchase one now and these firearms can be under your tree in time for Christmas morning. Nothing says I love you like a new handgun and a diamond ring. We all know firearms retain their value much better than ipods, ipads and video games.
As we move forward diligently, we also enter a season of peace and reflection, bearing in mind that so many of our servicewomen and men face daunting circumstances in harm’s way. So, while we pause and reflect on our good fortune to be alive in this time and place, we are mindful of others’ sacrifices on our behalf.
This has been an eventful year, and an historic one. Natural and man-made disasters have racked this tiny planet, forcing us to question ourselves and our institutions. But let us not question our good fortune to be Americans. Let us remember that we have the qualities of endurance and courage. We remain the freest people on Earth with the will and ability to do much good.
Finally, be of good cheer. As we head into the Christmas season, recall the teachings of the New Testament and approach the season and your fellows with appropriate good will. If we can convince and cajole in good humor we can accomplish much. Above all: Read, write and think for yourself.
From the Gunsite Family we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a New Year full of happiness and joy.