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NEMO Arms Relocates to Idaho

Nampa, Idaho – October 27, 2016- NEMO Arms, creators of the first viable semi-automatic .300 Win Mag, AR patterned rifle, has relocated to Nampa, Idaho. The move comes in an effort to expand operations and manufacturing to better serve the needs of customers in this expanding market.

NEMO Arms made firearms history in 2013 with the release of the NEMO Arms Omen. The Omen was the first successful design of an AR patterned rifle to reliably and accurately shoot the powerful .300 Win Mag cartridge. Since then an entire Omen line has developed and grown to amazing popularity.

“NEMO is at a pivotal point in its development,” according to CEO Kirk Leopold, “and it’s imperative that we respond swiftly and decisively to demands and opportunities within the firearms market.”

No strangers to technological advancements and industry firsts, NEMO recently introduced their Executive Order (XO), chambered in .308, 6.5 Creedmoor, and .260 Remington. The XO offers unprecedented features including NEMO’s patented bolt carrier recoil reduction system, and new ambidextrous controls. It’s one of the lightest, most accurate, and soft recoiling .308 platforms available. “Our goal is to provide our customers of all experience levels with an unprecedented shooting experience when operating our rifles.”

NEMO is also focusing its efforts on further refinement of their OMEN line of rifles, to ensure increased long-term reliability, durability, and accuracy and continues unmatched R&D with several new, evolutionary products in the pipeline.

For more information visit nemoarms.com or call 208-461-1213

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3 Responses to “NEMO Arms Relocates to Idaho”

  1. iancornell says:

    Wonder if this has anything to do with falkor? both nemo and falkor used to be based in kalispell and both make a 300 win mag AR

    • BravoMike says:

      It might also have something to do with the fact that Nemo does (or did) source some of their major OEM components from 2A Armament, which is located right next door in Boise.

  2. BravoMike says:

    Welcome to Idaho!