Remington Outdoor Company Appoints Anthony Acitelli as Chairman of the Board

Anthony Acitelli
Anthony Acitelli

Huntsville, AL – -( The Board of Directors of Remington Outdoor Company (“ROC”), one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of firearms, ammunition, and related products, has appointed Anthony Acitelli as Chairman of the Board effective immediately.

Mr. Acitelli is a respected industry veteran with twenty plus years of leadership experience. Mr. Acitelli currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of ROC. In addition to successfully leading sales and marketing organizations, Mr. Acitelli most recently served as CEO of Taurus Holdings.

Mr. Acitelli, CEO and Chairman of the Board, concluded, “I want to thank the board for their support and leadership as we transition and look to the future of our business and brands. We will continue to deliver high-quality products to our valued customers and demonstrate our two core principles, passion for precision and pride in craftsmanship.”

Mr. Acitelli holds a Master of Business Administration from Thunderbird Global School of Management and a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of South Florida.

Remington Outdoor CompanyAbout Remington Outdoor Company, Inc.

Remington Outdoor Company, Inc. (“ROC”) is a private company headquartered in Madison, N.C. that owns and operates a number of companies and brands that manufacture and sell firearms, ammunition, silencers, and related parts and accessories. Its major facilities are located in New York, Alabama, Arkansas, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Utah. Its major brands include Remington, Marlin, Advanced Armament Corp., Bushmaster, DPMS, Storm Lake Barrels, Dakota Arms, Nesika, H&R 1871, Para, and Barnes Bullets.

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Wild Bill

@Chris, And don’t forget all the really good ParaOrdinance designs that Remmy shelved so that the R51 would have a chance at success. Remmy has a “profit at the expense of quality” corporate mentality.
You know how it is when a new commander takes over… he has to make an inspirational speech to get things off on the right foot.


so, am I correct in assuming that Mr. Acitelli has agreed to take the helm during this modern period when Remington has recently given us the R51 fiasco, the R9 boondoggle, the 700 trigger lawsuit, and their recent bankruptcy? And he thinks Remington is the vanguard of the industry who “…continue to deliver high-quality products to our valued customers and demonstrate our two core principles, passion for precision and pride in craftsmanship” ? Hopefully he will be able to bring Remington up to the standards of quality, price/value, and health that Taurus enjoyed under his guidance.