H&M Metal Processing Sponsors Tony Holmes

3 Gun Nation Competitor Bonds with Blacknitride+

Blacknitride Treated Guns
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H&M Metal Processing
H&M Metal Processing

Akron, OH – -(Ammoland.com)- H&M Metal Processing, the parent company of Rubber City Armory is excited to announce the sponsorship of their first pro shooter, Tony Holmes.

Tony Holmes started competing at the age of 13, in NRA High Power, Small Bore Rifle and later Police Pistol Combat with his father, a police officer. He now competes in several matches throughout the year, all over the country.

As a top competitor in a variety of shooting disciplines, pistol, rifle, and shotgun, Tony will be an asset H&M Metal Processing. His pistols have already gone through the Blacknitride+ process.

Tony Holmes will be competing next week against 30 other competitors in the 3 Gun Nation Pro Serie Shoot-Off in Las Vegas, NV.

Tony Holmes
Tony Holmes

About H&M Metal Processing:

H&M Metal Processing has been serving the needs of its heat treating customers since 1946. Located in Akron, Ohio, H&M has the capabilities to fill orders of any shape and size, accommodating loads from as light as an ounce to 2,500 lbs. Utilizing the process known as Black Nitriding, or Ferritic Nitrocarburizing, H&M can improve the operational capabilities of your components and help solve the problems of wear, lubricity and corrosion resistance. From performance racing to aerospace, firearm components to locomotive parts, H&M’s stringent quality testing process before, during and after treatment ensures the integrity of the product according to the requirements and specifications of its customers. For more information on H&M Metal Processing visit their website blacknitride.com or email info@blacknitride.com.

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