– Cody, Wyoming – Timney Triggers, world chief within the manufacturing of aftermarket triggers, has donated $500,000 to the Cody Firearms Museum (CFM) on the Buffalo Invoice Heart of the West towards the CFM’s upcoming renovation.
The Buffalo Invoice Heart of the West is happy to announce that Timney Triggers has pledged $500,000 towards its Cody Firearms Museum (CFM) reconstruction. The Heart lately revealed its plan to totally renovate the CFM. Timney Triggers’ donation combines with a number of federal grants and high-level particular person donations acquired so far for the challenge; nonetheless, they’ve led the cost within the firearms world as the primary substantial trade present.
“I’m blissful to make this present,” stated John Vehr, Timney Triggers proprietor, “as a result of our trade should assist and recognize the advantages derived from having the best gun museum on the planet educate tons of of hundreds of people that go to [the museum] AND are new to weapons, on the historic significance and the constructive features of our trade.”
The Heart is privileged to have Timney Triggers’ assist of the Cody Firearms Museum renovation challenge, particularly with the corporate’s wealthy historical past as one of many oldest and largest set off producers on the planet. It has produced alternative triggers for greater than 70 years, and since its launch in 1946, the enterprise prides itself on the standard of precision machining and workmanship that goes into every Timney Set off. Every set off is proudly made within the USA and affords a lifetime guarantee.
The CFM is planning a two-floor renovation that caters to each firearms fanatics and most of the people. This museum will boast greater than four,500 firearms on show, Metal Problem simulators, and extra hands-on interactive shows that educate individuals not solely about how firearms modified all through historical past, however why they’re vital to our cultural heritage.
Peter Kuyper, newly appointed CFM Advisory Board Chair, is “thrilled to be part of such a terrific alternative to coach the general public about firearms historical past. No different firearms museum within the nation is poised to inform this story in a approach that may attain each the collector and the novice. I’m honored to develop into part of the Cody Firearms Museum making its personal historical past.”
Robert W. Woodruff Curator of the Cody Firearms Museum Ashley Hlebinsky is “ecstatic to have Timney Triggers in assist of this challenge. After we got down to plan the brand new museum, we wished to guarantee that our historic roots have been fostered within the new museum. Nonetheless, it’s equally vital that we purchase illustration from newer corporations, or corporations whose tales haven’t been advised beforehand in museums, solidifying their place in historical past.”
For questions concerning the renovation, contact Hlebinsky at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-578-4048. Curator Ashley Hlebinsky