Smith & Wesson continues HAVA support.

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Smith & Wesson Corp. recently donated $50,000 to Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) in support of ongoing programs designed to assist disabled veterans and wounded active duty military personnel. Smith & Wesson Corp. president James Debney presented the check to HAVA Chairman Tom Taylor during the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville, Tenn.

"For the last eight years, HAVA has served a pivotal role in the lives of thousands of military men, women and their families by enabling them to reconnect with the shooting sports as they return home from active service," said Debney. "These men and women have made incredible sacrifices on behalf of our nation, and we view it as a privilege and honor to support them throughout the healing process as they seek to reconnect with the outdoors."

Since 2007, HAVA has focused its efforts on raising awareness and assisting disabled combat veterans with their healing process through various outdoor activities as they transition back into their normal lives. To...

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