Nammo Talley has won a contract to supply the M72 Light Assault Weapon (LAW) to the US Department of Defense.
The contract specifies M72 LAW variants for anti-armor and anti-structure missions, as well as sub-caliber training systems and other support services.
The first delivery order against the contract has already been placed and exceeds $25 million. The maximum value of the four-year contract is approximately $63 million, but is contingent upon the total quantity of options exercised.
Nammo Talley Defense Inc. is being awarded a $136,482,000 contract for the procurement of the M72A7 Lightweight Anti-Armor Weapon (LAW) System and Trainers to replenish stockpiles
Nammo has won a $48 million contract from the US army single Manager for conventional Ammunition (SMCA) to provide shoulder launched Multi-purpose Assault Weapon (SMAW) Common Practice Rocket (CPR) ammunition to the US Marine Corps. This is the first delivery order against the 5 year contract which has potential for deliveries of three types of 83mm SMAW Ammunition, the company announced Monday
Nammo has won a $97 million contract from US department of defense to produce and deliver Shoulder-Launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon rounds. The Assault Weapon rounds will consist of the 83mm high-explosive dual-purpose round (HX05), the 83mm common practice round (HX07), and 83mm novel explosive round (HA34), with respective inert cut-aways
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