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Craig Sanborn

Owner

MDM Muzzleloader

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Employment History

President

Millennium Designed Muzzleloaders, LTD.


President and Chief Executive Officer

Xring Airsoft


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Wrongful Death Lawsuits | Massachusetts Personal Injury Lawyers

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The MDM owner, Craig Sanborn, is cooperating with the investigators, the Boston Herald reported.


www.nh.com

MDM Muzzleloader owner Craig Sanborn of Maidstone, Vt. was not home when reached by phone yesterday, according to a woman who answered.


www.theoutdoorwire.com

Maidstone, Vermont - Craig Sanborn, owner of MDM, decided to build a bullet based on feedback he received from muzzleloading hunters.With many modern magnum muzzleloaders equipped with scopes is it impossible to think a hunter can shoot accurately and consistently to 200 yards?Sanborn set out to find out.After exhausting testing and field trials, Sanborn found a bullet that combines the best of both worlds; a very accurate bullet that demonstrates devastating terminal performance.


Bullet-maker seeks to expand facility in Brownville, add jobs

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"[The grant is] absolutely essential if we expand up there," Craig Sanborn, president and chief executive officer for MDM and X-Ring, said Monday.The company can provide the local grant match, he said. Sanborn said the closure of Ox Yoke in Milo, a manufacturer of gun accessories, prompted the creation of X-Ring.Before it closed last spring, Ox Yoke was building part of MDM's product line, he said.That closure left MDM without a supplier.Since there is a trained and reliable work force from Ox Yoke, Sanborn said the company opted to temporarily produce its "Dyno-core" bullets in a leased Katahdin Storage facility rather than relocate the product line to the company's Vermont plant. But the continuation of that arrangement hinges on the town getting a block grant to help the company find permanent quarters, he said.Six people are now employed at X-Ring's Route 11 business.If the grant is approved, about 18 more positions could be added, Sanborn said.The possibility also exists that the product line could be expanded to add even more jobs, he said.


Bullet-maker seeks to expand facility in Brownville, add jobs

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"[The grant is] absolutely essential if we expand up there," Craig Sanborn, president and chief executive officer for MDM and X-Ring, said Monday.The company can provide the local grant match, he said.Sanborn said the closure of Ox Yoke in Milo, a manufacturer of gun accessories, prompted the creation of X-Ring.Before it closed last spring, Ox Yoke was building part of MDM's product line, he said.That closure left MDM without a supplier.Since there is a trained and reliable work force from Ox Yoke, Sanborn said the company opted to temporarily produce its "Dyno-core" bullets in a leased Katahdin Storage facility rather than relocate the product line to the company's Vermont plant.But the continuation of that arrangement hinges on the town getting a block grant to help the company find permanent quarters, he said.Six people are now employed at X-Ring's Route 11 business.If the grant is approved, about 18 more positions could be added, Sanborn said.The possibility also exists that the product line could be expanded to add even more jobs, he said.


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