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Tim Dillon to Head Noveske Rifleworks


Grants Pass, OR - NOVESKE RIFLEWORKS, LLC names Tim Dillon as their new president and CEO.


Continuing the legacy of late owner, Johnny Noveske, effective immediately, Tim will oversee daily operations of this Oregon-based firearms manufacturer.


Lorina Noveske, owner, said, "Tim possesses a character that will perpetuate the unique quality and culture of this company and he'll capture the enthusiasm of our wonderful customer base."


Formed in 2001, NOVESKE RIFLEWORKS, LLC. is known for making reliable, high quality, competition-grade firearms and related products.


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July 2014

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Beretta Moving to Tennessee


Beretta USA currently headquartered at Accokeek, MD, announces their plans to move its manufacturing capabilities from its existing location to a new production facility at Gallatin, TN.


Scheduled to open mid-2015, Beretta plans to transition all of their operations to  the Gallatin facility.


Beretta reached their decision to relocate after the Maryland State legislature passed the Firearms Safety Act of 2013 that would have prohibited Beretta from manufacturing, storing, and importing their products.


Over the next five years, Beretta plans to invest $45 million dollars into their new building and equipment. They also plan to employ approximately 300 people.


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July 2014

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