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Call Turkeys in Comfort and Concealment with Vero Vellini Slings

MOORESTOWN, NJ (April 11, 2011) – Each year, nearly 2 million turkey hunters head to the woods in the hopes of harvesting a turkey. Chasing these keen-sighted birds requires hunters to not only wear head-to-toe camouflage but also to have comfortable and reliable equipment.

To accommodate turkey hunters across the country, Vero Vellini offers Quick Attach Swivel Slings in Advantage Timber camouflage. Compatible with any shotgun with swivel studs, Vero Vellini offers both a Wide-Top sling and a Standard Width sling. The slip-proof feature of Vero Vellini slings is what sets them apart from the other slings on the market. Thanks to a rubber backing, the Quick Attach Swivel Sling will absolutely keep your shotgun positioned on your shoulder-an especially important feature when you have your hands full with decoys, blinds and calls.

Constructed of high performance materials such as durable DuPont Cordura nylon and closed-cell neoprene, the Vero Vellini sling offers maximum wear and durability for decades of use in the field. All edges are piped to prevent fraying, and the camo Cordura surface is laminated to the neoprene for a smooth, even finish.

When hunting for the wily birds this season, be comfortable and invisible with a Vero Vellini Quick Attach Swivel Sling in Advantage Timber camo. Available at retailers nationwide with suggested retail prices starting at $39.99.

Vero Vellini is the acknowledged leader in comfortable, handcrafted gun slings. For nearly two decades, the company has been crafting these beautifully detailed and highly durable slings in Germany. Vero Vellini created the Air Cushion concept, which sandwiches neoprene and other natural and synthetic material to create an almost weightless feeling when carrying a firearm. The company also boasts the most slip-proof sling available from the use of a unique, highly durable rubber backing. Vero Vellini also manufactures fast-access cartridge cases and straps for binoculars and cameras. For more information on Vero Vellini, contact: Pioneer Research, 97 Foster Road, Moorestown, NJ 08057; call 800-257-7742; or visit http://www.pioneer-research.com/verovellini.asp.

Contact:
Karen Lutto (830) 755-4308 or karen@hunteroc.com
Mike Nischalke (703) 380-3595 or mike@hunteroc.com

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