Trade Shows & Marketing


January 2015:  We're headed to SHOT Show in search of great deals on new and exciting products! If you'll be there, look for us on the floor and let us know that you are a fan.  Photos to come...

In the meantime, like us on Facebook for a chance to win a bottle of our Larry the Cable Guy BBQ Sauce - our 150th "like" is a winner, and whoever refers the 150th person to our site wins too!  Good luck!!


December 2014:  Our booth the Prairie Home (Missouri) Christmas Festival on December 13, 2014, at the Prairie Home R5 School.  It was a great day, and the best seller of the day was our new turkey calls - be sure to check 'em out...Spring Turkey season is just around the corner!


November 2014:  Lucky Snipe donated this goody-basket to the Prairie Home R-V School Booster Club for their annual fundraiser - the Red & Black Scrimmage, held November 21, 2014.  The basket included one of each of our Larry the Cable Guy BBQ sauces, a jar of Georgie Girl's Spicy Hot Relish, and our newest product - a Handmade Wooden Turkey Box Call.  The fun-filled evening raised over $3,000 for the school's athletics programs.  Go Panthers! 


October 2014:  Lucky Snipe had a booth at the 11th Annual Paws in the Park event in Columbia, MO on October 5, 2014, at Stephens Lake Park.  We featured our Whup-A-Bug products (Flea & Tick, Equine & Human), our Larry the Cable Guy BBQ Sauce and our handmade paracord items.  Our booth was staffed by Huston Force (our paracord wizard and prostaffer) and Kim Force (mother of Huston and wife of founder, Chris Force).  This annual event benefits Columbia's Second Chance animal rescue program.  Check them out at



December 2014:  Lucky Snipe had its first show booth at the Prairie Home Christmas Festival, manned by Huston Force, our paracord aficionado and prostaffer, and his mom.  We introduced the community to Lucky Snipe and our products - from Georgie Girl's Spicy Hot Relish and Larry the Cable Guy BBQ Sauce to our "before & after bullets" and Thirstystone coasters.  Our best sellers of the day were our handmade paracord items and our American Flag Throws. The flag throws were a hit with those riding in the local parade that day in a snowstorm...the parade theme was "An All-American Christmas.  Despite the snow, it was a good day out for Lucky Snipe!