Walter Berger, founder of Berger Bullets and member of the Benchrest Hall of Fame since 1982, died on Sept. 19 in Mesa, AZ, surrounded by family and friends. He was 92 years old.
A trio of companies have recently entered or expanded their offerings in the commercial ammunition market.
A recall of some 9 mm 115-grain FMJ and 115-grain JHP loads manufactured by Olin Winchester has been issued, and it includes a few cartridges sold under the Herter’s label.
SIG Sauer recently freed an additional 20,000 square feet of space for cartridge manufacturing at its Jacksonville, AR, plant by shifting storage, shipping and receiving operations to office space nearby.
Federal Ammunition has been awarded a three-year contract to partner with the Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium to design, develop and demonstrate technological superiority in ammunition that will enhance U.S. warfighter effectiveness and survival.