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RUAG Ammotec Responds To PRIME Ammunition

Official Statement / Media release RUAG Ammotec:

“RUAG Takes Legal Action Against PRIME Ammunition for Outstanding Debt on More than 1.2 Million Rounds

Tampa, USA, April 17, 2019. RUAG Ammotec has taken contractually-defined recourse on Citizens Ammunition, LLC. RUAG has been loading the PRIME brand ammunition for several years. Well over a year ago Citizens stopped paying RUAG for the ammunition it sold and has refused to make any additional payments on the debt owed. This has forced RUAG to exercise its contractual rights through litigation and product sales.

PRIME Ammunition is delinquent on payments for more than 1.2 million rounds of ammunition sold and received. PRIME’s practice of selling and receiving the product but refusing to pay caused RUAG to act to protect its interests. Any statements, claims or representations to the contrary are simply false.

RUAG’s dedication to quality, manufacturing excellence, and deep product knowledge have supplied PRIME Ammunition and its fans and supporters with ammunition that stands out from the competition. Similarly, RUAG Ammotec supplies world-class components, manufacturing resources and loaded ammunition to leading brands and companies around the world. RUAG Ammotec factory loads the most calibers of ammunition in the world and has production capabilities in five countries. The US market receives top ammunition options for anyone who hunts, shoots, competes, trains, protects, serves or defends from RUAG’s family of brands and products.

RUAG is confident that this matter will be resolved in its favor. RUAG looks forward to continuing to deliver exciting new products and high-quality ammunition to hunters and shooters across the country and throughout the world.”

One Response to “RUAG Ammotec Responds To PRIME Ammunition”

  1. Stickman says:

    This doesn’t address the complaint made that ammunition which had been prepaid for by PRIME was manufactured and then refused to be delivered.

    There is no question that money owed is a serious concern, and there is also no question that there are two sides to every story. However, when PRIME states it prepaid so it could sell the ammunition and pay its debts, and then a statement is issued by the opposing side which doesn’t address or touch on that issue… it makes everything stink just a little more.

    No doubt the lawyers will win big on this, but I doubt anyone else will.