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Crosshair Customs Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting, Saturday, May 6

Crosshair Customs logoUPDATED MAY 11, 2017
Crosshair Customs celebrated their ribbon-cutting and open house on Saturday, May 6th, 2017 at 2:00 pm with Baker County Economic Development and Baker City Council. as Clay Winton, Crosshair Customs owner, introduced Eastern Oregon’s own firearms manufacturer at its new retail location, 2300 Windmill Road, Baker City, Oregon.

Economic Development Director, Greg Smith, said: “Clay has developed a great business and I am excited to see his vision continue to move forward and prosper in Baker County.”
Baker County Economic Development Website 

Production floor tours were part of the fun as the Baker County Economic Development team supported Clay Winton and welcomed Crosshair Customs. 

 

 

 

 

 

People in 1st Picture Above From Left:
​Rosemary Abell (Baker City Councilor), Mike Miller, ribbon holder-Bill Harvey (Baker County Commission Chairman), Mark Hadley, Maria, Kimber & Clay Winton, John Stewart, Joe, Verlea &  Melanie Hudson, purple shirt in front-Jeff Nelson (Counselor with BMCC Small Business Development Center), (hidden), Jamie Ostrander (co-owner D&J Taco Shop-dark hair, blue sweatshirt), David Kassien (co-owner D&J Taco Shop-red sweatshirt), Fred Warner (Baker City Manager, in front of Jamie & David). 

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