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Liberty Ammunition Launches New Website and Social Media Platforms

November 10, 2013  | 

Liberty Ammunition, maker of high-performance, lead-free ammunition for law enforcement, personal defense, military, and the hunting markets has launched their a Website and social media platforms to coincide with the release of its Civil Defense ammunition line.

The new Website is an updated, integrated one-stop location for everything Liberty Ammo, including product specifications, ballistic video reviews, contact info, dealer locater, and an online store. Liberty Ammunition has also joined Facebook, Twitter,  Google+, Pinterest, and YouTube. Liberty will also use these channels for future promotions direct to customers.

“For many years, Liberty Ammunition stayed below the radar because of the nature of its customers,” Steven Torma, president and CEO of Liberty Ammunition commented. “Now, with the launch of our new Civil Defense rounds, we want to make a lot of noise and position Liberty as the first choice in personal defense ammunition.”


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