BREAKING: GEMTECH Sold To Smith & Wesson

BREAKING: GEMTECH Sold To Smith & Wesson

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BREAKING: GEMTECH Sold To Smith & Wesson

In a story that’s worthy of the ‘BREAKING’ tag, Massachusetts based firearms manufacturer Smith & Wesson has purchased Idaho Silencer manufacturer GEMTECH. With details slim at the moment, there are obviously a lot of unanswered questions. However, the new GEMTECH headquarters building in Meridian, Idaho is still on schedule as well as all current product development and manufacturing capabilities.

Rumors of the sale had been floating for a few weeks, but with the announcement now official, I look forward to additional information as it becomes available. GEMTECH has been a leader in the silencer industry for decades – a trend I’d personally like to see continue for years to come.

Philip Sansotta, Online Marketing Manager for GEMTECH tells TFB:

We are very excited to be apart of Smith & Wesson and the American Outdoor Brands Corporation. GEMTECH has decades of silencer innovation and now everyone can expect us to take things to the next level. With backing from the most powerful company in the firearms industry, GEMTECH will continue to be the Worlds leading silencer manufacturer.

Gemini Technologies, known as Gemtech, began as a super group of already leading silencer designers with roots in the silencer business going back to 1976. With decades of experience, innovation, quality, honest business ethics and a customer first attitude, Gemtech has grown to the world’s leading silencer company.

 

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The accomplishments of Smith & Wesson are so numerous that it is impossible to understand the history of modern handguns without first understanding the history of Smith & Wesson. Smith & Wesson was an industry leader in 1852 when it was first founded and continues to lead the world today with innovations into the 21st century.

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July 2, 2017 at 09:34PM

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