American Built Arms Company Recognized as NRA Industry Ally

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American Built Arms Company Recognized as NRA Industry Ally
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Glen Rock, Pa. – -(Ammoland.com)-American Built Arms Company (A*B Arms – www.abarms.com), a veteran-owned, Type 07/ NFA FFL manufacturer of firearms and firearms parts and accessories to the law enforcement, military and civilian market, is proud to announce that it has been recognized as an NRA Industry Ally.

Due to their resolute belief in the 2nd Amendment rights of Americans to possess firearms, American Built Arms Company joins firearms industry leaders Smith and Wesson, Ruger, Midway and many others as an Industry Ally of the National Rifle Association.

American Built Arms Company has a long standing tradition of supporting and defending the Constitution.

They have dedicated themselves to continuing that task in their commitment to strengthening NRA through membership recruitment.

“American Built Arms Company is extremely honored to be a part of the NRA Industry Ally Program,” said Adam Edelman, Vice President and Co-Owner, of this recognition.

“We believe in helping American citizens uphold their 2nd Amendment right, if they choose to do so. Working with the NRA helps us make that possible.”

About American Built Arms Company

American Built Arms Company is a Veteran-owned manufacturer of firearms parts and accessories for the defense, law enforcement, security and sporting goods societies. American Built Arms Company is a leading manufacturer of American-made products that offer precision engineering. They maintain high quality and standards as their clientele demand optimum performance.
To learn more about American Built Arms visit, www.abarms.com, “Like” them on Facebook (abarms) and follow them on Instagram (@ab_arms) and Twitter (abarms).

About NRA Industry Ally Program

The NRA Industry Ally Program establishes a working relationship with NRA and industry manufacturers and businesses to strengthen NRA through membership recruitment. To learn more, please go to http://www.nra.org/industryally/.

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