SiGARMS Wins Contract For Homeland Security

SiGARMS Wins Contract For Homeland Security

SiGARMS of Exeter, N.H., is one of two firearm manufacturers selected by the U.S. Office of Homeland security to provide several of its pistol models for OHS’s law enforcement agencies across the country. The value of the contract is nearly $23.7 million over five years, according to the Portsmouth Herald. SiGARMS, long known for its excellent products, some of which are currently carried by the U.S. military and major law enforcement agencies across the country, is one of the most respected names in tactical firearms. “I am incredibly pleased to see that SiGARMS’ excellent reputation has been recognized by the department of Homeland Security with the awarding of this contract,” U.S. Rep. Jeb Bradley was quoted as saying. Bradley, who represents New Hampshire’s First Congressional District and was crucial to securing the contract, continued, “Not only does SiGARMS provide over 150 jobs on the Seacoast, they also help provide those who defend our liberties with the best equipment possible.”

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