Delta Waterfowl Renews Legacy Sports International as a Corporate Sponsor

BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — Legacy Sports International, a leading U.S. importer of firearms and shooting accessories, has reaffirmed its support for hunting and conservation as a 2019 Champion of Delta Waterfowl Corporate Sponsor.

“Legacy Sports International, Howa rifles and Pointer shotguns are proud to be a corporate sponsor and long-standing supporter of Delta Waterfowl,” said Andy McCormick, executive vice president of sales and marketing for LSI. “The initiatives provided by Delta and its members are critical to waterfowl conservation and our hunting heritage. It has been very exciting to see the continued growth of The Duck Hunters Organization.”

Legacy Sports International imports a diverse lineup of trusted brands, including Pointer shotguns, which offers waterfowlers a quality roster of semi-automatic and break-action shotguns with high-end features at competitive prices. The new Pointer Phenoma is a gas-operated autoloader available from .410 to 12-gauge, and featuring five included chokes, a fiber-optic front bead and a single-round magazine cutoff.

“The Duck Hunters Organization is very pleased that Legacy Sports has renewed its Champion of Delta Corporate Sponsorship for 2019,” said Brad Heidel, senior director of corporate partnerships and advertising sales for Delta Waterfowl. “Legacy Sports has consistently demonstrated that it embraces Delta’s mission to produce ducks and secure the future of waterfowling in North America.”

Legacy Sports International, Inc., the most trusted name in the shooting industry, is an importer of high-quality, reliable and affordable firearms and shooting accessories. With well-respected brands including Howa rifles, Pointer shotguns, Citadel handguns and shotguns, Nikko Stirling Optics, and Lithgow Rifles, Legacy Sports International offers today’s shooting sports enthusiast outstanding quality, value and performance both on the range and in the field. Visit

Delta Waterfowl is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group working to produce ducks and ensure the tradition of duck hunting in North America. Visit

For more information, contact Brad Heidel at (651) 403-1772 or