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Double Anniversary for Karl Nill and Ergosign EvoComp

Double Anniversary for Karl Nill and Ergosign EvoComp
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The Swabian town Mössingen (Baden-Wuerttemberg) will be celebrating a double anniversary in 2019:


The 50th anniversary of Nill Grips is approaching. Karl Nill founded Nill Grips in 1969, and since then they have produced high quality wooden grips for members of shooting clubs, hunters, dealers and gun manufacturers worldwide. The product quality, ergonomic design and incomparable know-how form the foundation for the success of our company. Wilfried Nill, who has been active in the company since 1978, has been the second generation to manage the company.


Additionally, the ten-year market launch of Ergosign EvoComp is approaching. Wilfried Nill has laid the foundation stone for further development in the market of modular stock systems in the sporting shotgun sector. The improved guidance of the shotguns through ergonomic optimization and the individual adjustment possibilities are still a unique innovation in target shooting today, which is underlined by a variety of anatomical grip design options. With currently five medals at the Olympic Games, countless placings at national and international competitions and several world records, the success story of the Ergosign EvoComp speaks for itself.

From March 8-11 at IWA & OutdoorClassics in Nuremberg, Karl Nill GmbH is going to present its innovative products at booth 439 in hall 1. To arrange an appointment send an email to or by phone under +49 7473 9434-0.

CEO Wilfried Nill and his innovative and high quality grips and stocks

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