Ruger Announces New Line of Ammunition

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posted on October 6, 2015
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PolyCase Ammunition, the developer and manufacturer of the state-of-the-art ARX self-defense ammunition, and Ruger, a leading manufacturer of rugged, reliable firearms for the commercial sporting market, announce a partnership to produce and bring to market Ruger’s first-ever line of self-defense ammunition. The new Ruger line of ammunition will feature PolyCase’s injection-molded copper/polymer ARX projectiles that will be loaded to SAMMI specifications in high-quality brass cases.

“PolyCase Ammunition is honored to partner with Ruger on this unprecedented introduction of Ruger-branded ammunition to the commercial sporting market,” said Paul Lemke, CEO and Founder of PolyCase Ammunition.  “Ruger is a forward thinking company that has been a model of corporate and community responsibility for over 60 years. These traits, combined with Ruger’s strength as the only full-line manufacturer of American-made firearms, their exceptional distribution system and the fact that they share our vision for this technology are the reasons PolyCase partnered with Ruger.  We look forward to combining the strengths of our companies to provide highly effective, innovative ammunition technologies to the defensive and commercial sporting markets for years to come.”

PolyCase’s flagship product, the ARX bullet, is designed to be a highly effective self-defense bullet. Initial offerings will be chambered in .380 ACP, 9 mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP.

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