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August 7th, 2013

How to FIND and SHARE Daily Bulletin Articles

Accurateshooter daily bulletin search find storyDaily Bulletin readers often tell us: “I saw a story in the Bulletin a while back, but I can’t find it now. How do I locate it?” In addition, some folks say: “There’s a Bulletin article that I want to share on my Facebook page. How do I do that?”

How to Use Search Features
Take heart, readers. There are quick and easy ways to locate (and share) Daily Bulletin Posts. First, on the right side of the Bulletin you can select stories by topic (e.g. Reloading) or by date. You can also use our SEARCH TOOL. Go to the top right-hand corner of the page, type your search term then click the RED SEARCH BUTTON. This will instantly search over 5,000 Daily Bulletin stories. Matching articles will appear in chronological order, with the newest articles at the top. For best results, try to be pretty specific in your search, and avoid common terms such as “bullet”, “rifle”, “barrel” etc. that may appear in hundreds of articles.

How to Share Daily Bulletin Articles on Facebook, Twitter, and Other Sites
Let’s say you’ve found an interesting article or gear review in the Daily Bulletin that you would like to share on your Facebook page or other social media sites. Or maybe you’d like to email the article URL (web address) to a shooting buddy so he could read the story too. It’s easy to share a story. Simply click on the small RED-ORANGE BOX at the end of the article marked “Share”. This will open up a small window with multiple choices. With your mouse, select “Facebook” to share on your Facebook page. Or, click the “email” or “gmail” icons to email the article’s web URL to your friends.

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If you merely want to save the article URL (i.e. its web location), right click on the “Permalink” button at the bottom left of the article frame (look for the dark blue-gray border). When you right click, you’ll see a pull-down menu. Select “Copy Link Address”. Then you can paste this link anywhere you like, using the paste command (CTRL-P on a Windows computer).

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September 3rd, 2011

MidwayUSA Launches Facebook Page and Enhanced Twitter Feed

MidwayUSA facebookMidwayUSA has launched its new Facebook Page and an enhanced Twitter Feed. These online offerings will provide exclusive discounts and special promotions. At the top of MidwayUSA’s Facebook page, you’ll see a “Like” Button. If you click the “Like” button, you get access to exclusive Promo Codes that provide: $10 off a $50 order, $15 off a $100 order, $25 off a $200 order, or $35 off a $300 order.

MidwayUSA’s Larry Potterfield explains: “MidwayUSA has been on YouTube for several years now. I’m excited about our launch into Facebook and Twitter. When we started the business, we’d communicate with our customers through face-to-face conversations or over the phone, but with these new social media channels, we’ll be able to communicate, nearly instantly, [with] more and better information.”

Latest Sales and Promos Listed on Twitter
MidwayUSA will provide “tweets” on current sales and the latest MidwayUSA video releases. Simply log on to to get the latest info. For example, right now MidwayUSA’s Twitter Feed links to a Labor Day Special which runs through September 5 (sale ends at 11:59 pm Central Time). The following Labor Day Special codes provide discounts on regular, in-stock products.

  • $10 off $100 or more – Use Promo Code 191177
  • $25 off $250 or more – Use Promo Code 291177
  • $50 off $500 or more – Use Promo Code 591177
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August 5th, 2011

Download New CMP Catalog, Get Nat’l Match Updates on Twitter

Get the Latest Deals on CMP Rifles and Accessories
The 2011 CMP Sales Catalog Issue II can now be downloaded (in PDF format) from the CMP website. Check out the new offerings before they sell out. You can also may request a 2011 CMP Sales Catalog hard copy by filling out the Request Form.

National Match Tweets and Facebook Updates from CMP
The CMP is now on Twitter! Get CMP reports from Camp Perry by searching for ODCMP on or click the Twitter Icon posted below. During the National Matches CMP will also post updates on Facebook.

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CMP Twitter Updates
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Story Tip by EdLongrange. We welcome reader submissions.
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April 13th, 2011

Hornady Launches Facebook and Twitter Sites

Hornady has discovered social networking. This week Hornady launched official Facebook and Twitter sites. Fans can go to and to get the latest news about Hornady products and events.

Hornady’s Facebook Site will offer:

  • Live chats with industry experts.
  • Exclusive discounts and promotions.
  • Timely info on new products.
  • Product photo galleries and videos.

On Hornady’s new social media pages, shooters can share their photos and stories about hunting, competitive shooting, and reloading. Importantly, the Facebook Page will allow shooters to interact with Hornady’s “brain trust” — the ballisticians, designers, and engineers who develop Hornady’s new products. Allowing customers to share their ideas/experiences with the folks who design and build Hornady products is a good thing. Hornady can get reliable, immediate feedback on its products. That should speed up the process of making improvements and enhancements.

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March 16th, 2011

Earn Bucks Blogging for Beretta as “Social Media Manager”

Beretta media jobHere’s the perfect part-time job for a web-savvy gun aficionado. Berreta is seeking a free-lance Social Media Manager to work with gun blogs, gun forums, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and other social media outlets on the internet. Beretta’s Social Media Manager will be tasked with promoting Beretta’s products and direct-marketing initiatives through non-traditional digital media. What does that mean? Well, you’ll send press releases to sites like this one, you’ll update Beretta’s facebook page regularly, and you’ll monitor gun forums to “spread the word” about Beretta firearms and sporting products.

We think Beretta is smart to utilize modern digital media to deliver its marketing message. Here are the specific job requirements:

Beretta Social Media Manager Position

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Work with Marketing team to take existing collateral and promote it on all applicable social networking touch points. Ensure social media tools are kept up to date. Manage social media campaigns and daily activities to include: on-line advocacy, writing editorial, consumer-outreach efforts and promotions. Be an advocate of Beretta in social media spaces, engaging in dialogue and answering questions. Manage presence in social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter, and other similar community sites, posting on relevant blogs, and seeding content where applicable. Monitor trends in social media tools.

• Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Marketing, or related field, or combination of education and related work experience.
• Minimum of 5 years experience representing a recognized brand.
• Knowledge of Beretta products and services required.
• Advanced pc skills including Microsoft Office/Internet.
• Ability to troubleshoot pc-related technical problems.
• Strong command of the English language.
• Attention to detail and accuracy required.

By the way, Beretta is also looking for a new Shotgun/Rifle Marketing Manager. To apply for either position, log on to Beretta’s Career Opportunities Webpage and click on the Online Resume Link. You can also mail your resume and cover letter to:

Beretta USA Corp:
Attn: Human Resources
17601 Beretta Drive
Accokeek, MD 20607

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January 4th, 2010 Gun News Updates on Twitter is a popular service allowing people to share quick, short messages that can be read on the web or with a text-capable phone. On our new Twitter account, we’re using this new technology to share late-breaking updates. For example, minutes ago, your Editor was on the phone with Les Baer. He confirmed that Les Baer Custom will be producing Stiller-actioned tactical rifles early this year (2010). The rifles, chambered in .308 Win, 260 Rem, or .243 Win, are fitted with cut-rifled barrels made in Baer’s own shop. Initial testing has shown great accuracy.

Using Twitter, we can share this kind of news quickly in short, easy-to-read messages. If you want to read our latest “tweets”, visit: If you have a Twitter account you can also sign up to receive our posts with your phone.

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