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Name That Mortar

Saturday, May 4th, 2013

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PNW Arms needs your help to come up with a better name for one of their mortar systems. It’s the heaviest one in their arsenal, however, it needs a better name. Its sister is called NanoMortar and they are pretty high on that name since it only weighs a little over 12 pounds. To enter, post your proposed name on their Facebook photo.

To attract some good names (and bad ones too) they will be giving away to two things: 200 Rounds of 300BLK Match or 7.62×51 Sniper ammunition and their military patches to the name we choose.

You can still win some ammunition by sharing and liking the Facebook post to attract others who may be better with the written word. This part of the contest will be for a $250 gift certificate to their online store and a secret squirrel military patches to boot.

www.facebook.com/PNWarms

PNW Arms Launches New Site

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

PNW Arms has launched their new website which incorporates social media, graphics, videos, and runs on the latest HTML5 technology. The landing site, www.pnwarms.com, is for general information relating to PNW Arms as an ammunition manufacturer. Explanations of technologies, product lines, and general corporate data is also available there. If you wish to purchase online directly from PNW Arms use the new webstore, store.pnwarms.com.

The work isn’t done. They plan to add new sections and content every week so if you don’t see something that you’d like to know more about either shoot an email to support@pnwarms.com or wait a bit and it’ll most likely be coming shortly. Additionally, a mobile version of the corporate site will come online in October for all the smart phone users who are having trouble navigating the new site.

Want to Try Out PNW’s New Cold Tracer Ammo?

Friday, August 31st, 2012

If you are interested in checking out PNW Arms’ new Cold Tracer ammunition before it’s available to the public, then you need to get in on their Facebook contest.

Here are the details –

This Fall PNW Arms plans on making available for civilian purchase ammunition infused with the Cold Tracer technology. Before this is broadly available a few lucky individuals will get a chance to use this technology. Starting September 1, 2012 PNW Arms will be picking at random from their Facebook likes someone to receive a free box of ammunition in either 9mm or .45 ACP daily for one week at 1230 EST. Winners will be announced on Facebook and sent an email to request shipping details and to ensure they meet and agree to the contest rules. The winners will also receive an internal PNW Arms patch in their choice of color.

Please stop by their facebook page www.facebook.com/pnwarms and press like to be entered into the contest. Be one of the first to experience Cold Tracer technology.

Contest Rules
Winners must be 18 years or older, reside in the Continental United States, and live in an area legally allowed to have ammunition shipped to their residence. Said winner must still Like PNW Arms at the time of shipment and upon receipt of product post on facebook.com/pnwarms a picture of them with the boxed ammunition or just the boxed ammunition itself. Void where prohibited by law.

PNW Arms Introduces Supercavitating Underwater Bullets

Sunday, August 26th, 2012

PNW Arms has introduced a new Supercavitating Underwater Bullet. It’s designed for use in maritime environments where you might want to engage submerged or partially submerged targets. Typically .308 bullets will only go through three to four (3-4) jugs at most. This example shows it going through 13 one gallon jugs, a steel plate, and then another jug. In waterborne operations this general purpose version of the projectile can go over 15 meters underwater and then have positive effects on target.

www.PNWarms.com

PNW Arms Cold Tracer

Friday, August 24th, 2012

PNW Arms has begun to release their new Cold Tracer ammunition. Since its cold tracer, they can be used where traditional hot tracer is banned including California. Used during periods of low light, the tracer can only be seen from the shooter’s perspective.

www.pnwarms.com