Chiappa Firearms Selects FMJ Marketing Development, LLC for Marketing Strategy

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Chiappa Firearms Selects FMJ Marketing Development, LLC for Marketing Strategy
FMJ Marketing Development, LLC
FMJ Marketing Development, LLC

Dayton, OH -(Ammoland.com)- Chiappa Firearms LTD, a market leading manufacturer of rifles, shotguns, handguns and historic replica muzzleloaders has chosen FMJ Marketing Development, LLC to assist with marketing strategy, advertising and media relations.

FMJ Marketing Development will assist Chiappa Firearms execute a segment and consumer focused marketing strategy, work with advertising partners and provide excellent customer service to all media members.

“This is an exciting company and product line to work with.” said Matt Foster of FMJ Marketing Development, LLC. “Chiappa Firearms has such a diverse selection of firearms. They have products that have great appeal to many different market segments and shooters’ needs.”

Jim Eubank; National Sales and Marketing Director of Chiappa Firearms LTD, elaborates, “The company has grown significantly in the last five years. Using FMJ Marketing Development will help Chiappa Firearms grow even more with the necessary increase in marketing activity, ad planning and media requests for information and access to our products.”

About Chiappa Firearms

Founded by Ezechiele Chiappa in 1958 as Armi Sport,Chiappa Firearms LTD is part of the CHIAPPA GROUP, an industrial corporation including Armi Sport (replica firearms, target shooting, defense), Kimar (blank, signal and small caliber firearms), ACP (laser training system), Costa (metal surface treatment) and Chiappa Firearms Ltd (USA branch in Dayton born to provide technical and commercial assistance the most important market for the Chiappa Group). Chiappa Firearms manufactures a wide range of models for many different market segments. Current models include replicas of American historic weapons and muzzle loaders, classic lever action shotguns and rifles, pistols and rifles in 22LR caliber, alarm guns and airguns and the most innovative revolver on the market, the Chiappa Rhino.

For more information, visit www.chiappafirearms.com.

About FMJ Marketing Development, LLC

Formed in 2012, FMJ Marketing Development, LLC helps hunting and shooting sports companies with strategy, branding, product development, communications and media relations. Founding member Matt Foster has worked in the outdoor and shooting sports Industry for 20 years, serving in key marketing roles at Gerber Legendary Blades, Warne Scope Mounts, Marlin Firearms and Safariland.

For more information, visit www.fmj556.com.

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    I wish that I had read these reviews before I purchased 9mm Citadel M1 Carbine replica! It does not feed ammo from clip correctly, sometimes misfires, sometimes does not expell spent cartridge, sometimes eject spent cartriage and live cartridge at same time, I have cleaned and oiled several times and so has gun store. I have tried different brands of ammo, also ball ammo and hollow points, even an aftermarket Clip… Same problems . I’m afraid that I wasted $500.00. 🙁

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    Rick Tannis

    Chiappa has produced nothing but unreliable, cheap, and dangerous firearms. The internal components of the Rhino are metal injection molded in CHINA (this, by the way, is ILLEGAL). All of their rim fire products are dangerous, with issues including rupturing cases, prone to dry fire damage, and safety’s that DO NOT WORK!

    FMJ obviously has no idea what they are getting themselves into, and I wish them luck. Chiappa can go back to being the gutter tier toy-peddler they were under the name Kimar.

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    Chuck Poulos

    I bought a Chiappa 1911 .22 rim fire. In all my years I have never been more embarrassed for buying such a piece of crap. I can’t, in good faith, sell or trade it. What junk.