Georgia Arms OR

Georgia Arms OR

Georgia Arms


On a grey November morning, a cawing crow signaling the weakest light of day, the tide at its lowest, the sight of a sailboat bobbing up and down, a lonesome cormorant, and the sound of laughter from the salty air. So begins this short story of an unlikely friendship between a small pawn-shop owner and a penniless sailor with a mission.


Georgia Arms’ factory-loaded ammunition is made using modern, sophisticated, fully- automated equipment that ensures the highest quality control standards possible. We carry an absolutely unconditional quality-assurance guarantee on ALL of our manufactured products. That means if you aren’t totally satisfied with your purchase, you’re entitled to a full refund, or equal exchange for any product we make. We don’t know about you, but to us, that sounds like just about the best guarantee in the ammunition industry! Our knowledgeable staff is happy to answer any questions that you might have concerning our products, or any special ammo concerns or questions that you may have. And as always, Georgia Arms’ motto is “High-Quality Ammo, Manufactured by Shooters, for Shooters.”

This week the DoD wrote a letter to the owner of Georgia Arms and informed him that from now on the DoD will be destroying the spent brass, shredding it. It will no longer be available to the ammo makers, unless they buy it in a scrap shredded condition (which they have no use for). The shredded brass i s now going to be sold by the DoD to China as scrap metal, after the DoD pays for it to be shredded. The DoD is selling the brass to China for less money than the ammo makers have been paying, plus the DoD has to pay to have the brass shredded and do the accounting paperwork. (Source: www.factcheck.org)


Experience Sanford living at Georgia Arms. The location of this community is at 2600 Georgia Ave in the 32773 area of Sanford. Be sure to come for a visit to check out the current floorplan options. This community has a variety of available amenities and features. Some of these include: convenient on-site parking options, rentable storage units, and balconies. Stop by to find out the current pricing.

The sale to an ammunition store appears to be new ground for the city. The previous four sales of shell casings dating to 2010, based on the data available on Tuesday, were to scrap metal companies in New York State. In all cases, the shells were sold to the highest bidder, as the city says is required by law. There has been one sale of shell casings since the Georgia sale, and it was to a scrap metal company. (Source: www.nytimes.com)



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