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News

  • Gun stores facing ammo shortage – As Seen on WEAU

    Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, shoppers have dealt with a shortage of items like toilet paper and disinfecting wipes. Another shortage is hitting retailers across the area, only this time it’s not toilet pap
  • Katie Kunkel Morning Connection

    Dan Marcon, the owner of Marc-On Shooting talks with WEAU's Katie Kunkel on the Morning Connection.
  • Addressing safe gun storage

    There are already many federal and state laws regarding firearms but some Wisconsin lawmakers are looking to add more requirements addressing safe gun storage.
  • What is Cerakote?

    Marc-On Shooting is the only Cerakote “certified applicator” in the area! Cerakote is a ceramic based finish that can be applied to metals, plastic...
  • How to Know if You are Carrying Your Firearm Legally – As Seen on WEAU

    It’s been almost seven years since Wisconsin implemented concealed carry laws, and although it has been around for a while, some people may be confused on what is and is not legal while carrying a weapon.
  • Marc-On Shooting Donates Profits from Patriot Art Show to Support Chippewa Falls Police K-9 Unit

    This past December, Marc-On Shooting hosted its first Patriot Art Show, with 100% of proceeds from purchased artwork going directly to the Chippewa Falls Police K-9 Unit.
  • Chippewa County Gun Shops Will Continue to Sell Semi-Automatic Weapons, Owners Say – As Seen in the Chippewa Herald

    Three Chippewa County gun shops will continue to sell semi-automatic rifles such as the AR-15, despite moves from larger retailers Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart to impose new restrictions on firearm sales.
  • Marc-On Shooting Presents Check to Lake Hallie K-9 Police Unit

    The employees and customers of Marc-on Shooting in Lake Hallie worked together to raise $500 for the Lake Hallie Police Department Canine Unit through fundraising efforts and a match from their owners.
  • Marcon Shooting Will Keep Selling Assault-Style Rifles – As Seen on WQOW

    The Florida school shooting is creating a lasting conversation about gun control. On Wednesday, it prompted Dick’s Sporting Goods to stop selling assault-style rifles. Dan Marcon owns Marcon Shooting, and said he’s going to keep the assault-style rifles, but he calls them sport rifles.
  • Take a Shot at Love This Valentine’s Day – As Seen on WQOW

    If you don’t have anything planned for Valentine’s Day yet, a local business is offering a unique date idea that’s sure to be a hit with your sweetheart.
  • Veteran-owned Business’ Event Raises Money for K-9 – As Seen on WEAU

    A veteran-owned business gathered local artists together to raise money for a cause close to its heart this afternoon. Marc-On Shooting hosted a patriotic artwork sale to benefit the Chippewa Falls K-9 fundraising effort.
  • Black Rifle Coffee Sold Here At Marc-On

    Here at Marc-On Shooting, we are proud to carry the Black Rifle Coffee Company coffee blends. Black Rifle Coffee Company is the world’s premium conservative coffee company. Small batch and roast to order, we take pride in the high quality of the products we create. Our coffee is carefully sourced from a variety of farms in South America, and we roast it knowing it will fuel freedom-loving Americans everywhere.