Armscor Doubles Production Capacity To Meet US Ammo Shortage

Armscor Ammunition
Armscor Ammunition

Pahrump, NV – In the face of a national ammo shortage, Armscor USA and Armscor International have doubled their manufacturing capabilities and committed $4 million in new equipment and facilities to support shooting enthusiasts and gun owners.

“At Armscor, we recognize the inconvenience and frustration of gun owners have in finding ammunition and we are doing everything we can to push more product out the door and on to store shelves,” said Martin Tuason, CEO of Armscor International.  “We are at something of an advantage in that our growth in US sales had us already looking at long term expansion so we are really accelerating our timelines.”

Armscor has facilities in Stevensville, MT, Marikina Philippines and Pahrump, NV.  The company is prioritizing ammunition production based on calibers in most demand.  Presently, that includes .223/.556, .45ACP and .22TCM.  The 22TCM ammo is exclusive to Armscor and made expressly for Rock Island Armory’s series of firearms.

“We will be frequently updating our progress on our Facebook page to keep our loyal customers informed,” said Tuason.  “We want to assure everyone that we are doing everything we can…as fast as we can…to keep our high quality products on the shelves.”

To learn more about Armscor and their complete line of ammunition, visit www.armscor.com or www.facebook.com/ArmscorPrecision.

  • 6 thoughts on “Armscor Doubles Production Capacity To Meet US Ammo Shortage

    1. I was finally able to order some 22lr online. Its still selling out about as fast as it comes in, but at least some finally came in. I advise signing up with some sites that sell ammo and signing up for email alerts when it comes available.

    2. I read where the govt is AGAIN buying up another 200 million rounds or so. Even after Congress gets wise to their act, Obama and Big Sis go out and do it again! These people need to be stopped, and now!

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