True Velocity Buys Suppressor Company, Adds 5.56 NATO

posted on November 19, 2023
True Velocity 5.56 NATO

True Velocity Ammo (TV Ammo), one of the contenders in the U.S. Army’s Next Generation Squad Weapons trial, continues to expand both its ammunition offerings and its own portfolio of companies.

In 2022, True Velocity purchased LoneStar Future Weapons, also an NGSW trials entrant, and now the company has purchased Delta P, a suppressor manufacturer with a design that is said to function with “full reliability” on machine guns.

“True Velocity owns world-class ammunition technology, world-class machine gun technology and, now with the acquisition of Delta P, world-class suppressor technology,” said True Velocity President and LoneStar Future Weapons Chairman Craig Etchegoyen.

“The only rule we have, when it comes to providing the very best technology to our warfighters, is that it must be American-made. With the acquisition of Delta P, we now have the ability to provide our warriors with superior ammunition, superior weapons and superior suppressors, all made here in America.”

TV Ammo is now also offering 5.56 NATO composite-cased cartridges, available with 55-, 69- or 77-grain weight projectiles. Pricing starts at $25 per 20-round box.

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