How kind. Meanwhile back in the good old US of A, Ammo is still hard to find and extremely expensive with the threat of gun bans hanging over our heads.

Nice to see priorities are straight with our industry.

On Monday, AMMO, Inc., a US-based ammunition and components manufacturer, announced it had acknowledged Zelensky’s call and has pledged to donate one million rounds of ammunition to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Fred Wagenhals, CEO of Ammo Inc., said his company “firmly supports Ukraine’s sovereignty and independence, as we stand for freedom and democracy everywhere.” 

“While we fervently hope for a quick and peaceful resolution to the crisis and that diplomacy will win the day, we condemn the Russian aggression and its threat to Ukraine’s territorial integrity and freedom. We recognize that events are unfolding rapidly on the ground in Ukraine, and we are prepared to move quickly as possible to support Ukraine as it continues to defend itself and its freedom,” Wagenhals said. 

The call for ammo comes as Russia tries to seize more Ukrainian cities on Wednesday. A menacing convoy of Russian troops is on a highway north of Kyiv. There are fears the convoy could encircle the capital. 


1 Comment

  1. Jsizzle says:

    Screw them. During the height of the most recent ammo drought, I saw 20 round boxes of their .556 loaded with 62 grain TSX for $59.00 at Rural King. Rural King has always priced their ammo very fairly, so imo this was gouging originating at Ammo Inc. This Ukraine stunt is simply to garner positive PR from the sheep who believe the good guys vs. bad guys bs narrative. This whole manufactured conflict is repulsive.


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