Blue August Announces Relationship with Magwell Mounts

October 17, 2022

Blue August Announces Relationship with Magwell Mounts

(Jackson, TN) – Blue August, LLC, a creative marketing and public relations firm specializing in the outdoors industry, is proud to announce a new relationship with Magwell Mounts.
Blue August will assist Magwell Mounts in public and media relations through brand awareness, event promotion and industry presence. Blue August will draft and distribute press releases and other company news, and they will serve as a liaison between the company and media representatives. Blue August will guide marketing efforts to ensure that all promotional platforms work together seamlessly.
“We are excited to begin working with Magwell Mounts,” says Josh Sykes of Blue August. “They offer quality products at affordable prices, and we looking forward to promoting their product line together.”
Magwell Mounts is an Indiana-based company specializing in the production of high quality, lightweight brass catching systems for the AR platform. Their patented BrassGoat system is quickly becoming the go-to choice for brass collection needs.

Magwell Mounts was created by two life-long hunters, trappers, and firearm enthusiasts, with the purpose of putting the firearm owner at the center of everything we do. We strive to create products that are easy to use, durable, and designed to enhance the look of your firearm.
Named after the ‘magwell’ of an AR15 lower-receiver, our attachment technology is so simple it will leave you asking ‘Why didn’t I think of that?”
All Magwell Mounts products are 100% manufactured and assembled here in the United States.

Why the name Brass Goat?
We believe after trying our Brass Goat just once you will agree, when it comes to Brass Catchers – it’s the Greatest Of All Time. Our Brass Goat will ‘eat’ your fired brass efficiently, and without the bulkiness of traditional bag catchers.
For more information about Magwell Mounts, visit

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