C&H Precision Earns "Large Business Of The Year" Award

posted on May 2, 2024
CH Precision Awarded

C&H Precision, known for its custom slide milling services, optics and mounting solutions, was named “Large Business of the Year” by Georgia’s Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce in March. The award was announced during the organization’s Annual Meetings & Award Banquet.

“We are very proud to be named ‘Large Business of the Year’ by our local chamber of commerce here in Richmond Hill,” said Buck Holly, owner of C&H Precision. “We work very hard to drive innovation in our industry and uplift our community, and receiving awards like this from our community members pushes us to work even harder.”

More than 600 Chamber of Commerce members voted to select the company for achieving success in its business through growth, quality performance, innovation and active participation in its community. C&H is also recognized for being an advocate for the industry and an ambassador for local business owners.

C&H Precision, established in 2012, originally specialized in precision rifles. The company moved from Florida to Richmond Hill, Ga., in 2017. Soon after, Holly was asked to create an optics plate for pistols. It proved to be a big success and, recognizing how fast that market was growing, the company methodically shifted its services, products and manufacturing focus.

The decision was fortuitous. In 2019 only five people were employed by the firm, but by 2022 the figure had jumped to 30. Early last year Inc. 5000 honored the company by ranking it in among the fastest-growing businesses in the manufacturing sector—placing it 16th among privately held firms. Family-owned C&H Precision announced plans for a $10 million expansion a few months later. Once complete it will encompass 48,000 sq.-ft. with modern offices and cutting-edge manufacturing space. Operations are expected to move into those new digs sometime during the first quarter of 2025.


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