Taurus Announces Distribution of Diamondback

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posted on January 3, 2013
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1/3/2013

Taurus has announced a global distribution agreement with Diamondback Firearms.

"I am extremely excited about the development of this new partnership," said Taurus President and CEO Mark Kresser. “Diamondback Firearms is a well-respected and recognized brand within the shooting industry. Along with their quality line of firearms, several other innovative projects are in the pipeline that make for a very optimistic future."

As part of the agreement, Taurus will assume all sales and marketing efforts for Diamondback.

"Having the opportunity to become partners with a fiscally secure company that has parallel philosophies in sound business practices, innovative design and manufacturing that complements our brand, is a winning proposition for all parties," said Bobby Fleckinger, Diamondback Firearms owner.

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