Inc. 5000 Recognizes C&H Precision Weapons

posted on March 9, 2023
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C&H Precision Weapons was recently ranked as the fastest-growing business in the manufacturing sector—and 16th overall among privately held companies—in the southeast U.S. region by Inc. Magazine. The prestigious list ranks companies by their percentage of revenue growth over the period of 2019 to 2021. During that time, C&H posted an increase of 1,606 percent, earning the top-growth-manufacturer title in a geographic area that includes Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Puerto Rico, South Carolina and Tennessee.

“Our rapid growth and success is rooted in a great product and perfect timing, but the bulk of our success is due to our fantastic employees and their daily dedication to serving our customers,” said Buck Holly, C&H founder and president. “The best thing is that we’re just getting started. Our motto is ‘no quarter given.’ We’re here to stay.”

C&H is well known for pistol-optics mounting solutions, and its innovative patented technology has earned contracts from numerous federal, state and local law-enforcement agencies. In addition to its evolving line of optics-mounting adapters, C&H recently launched its first in-house family of electronic red-dot optics. “I’m excited about the new C&H optics launch,” said Holly. “We’re shooters, so we understand what shooters need and want. Our optics line will give them the best value on the market.”

“It’s not surprising to us that C&H Precision is recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America,” said Development Authority of Bryan County Chairman Jon Seagraves. “We have seen firsthand the tremendous success and growth C&H has had over the last several years due to the hard work and dedication of the company’s leadership and staff. We want to congratulate them for this well-earned recognition and look forward to seeing them continue growing in our community.”

C&H Precision Weapons is a family-owned and -operated small business based in Richmond Hill, Ga. The company was founded in 2012 and had five employees in 2019, but by last year, staff size had increased to more than 30.


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