Union County Artists Customize Firearm for Beretta USA

Union County Artists Customize Firearm for Beretta USA

PRESS RELEASE
9/24/2013

Union County Artists Customize Firearm for Beretta USA

AccoKeek, Maryland – 9/23/2013 – A Union County, NC custom firearms shop presented a custom Beretta A400 shotgun to Beretta USA Product Marketing Manager, John Ryan.

Custom Painted Gun Stocks is located at 3411-B Pageland Hwy in Monroe, NC along with Take Aim Training Firearms, Hillbilly Custom Hand Engraving, and Rawhide Gunsmithing & Custom Leather. Jay Byrum, the owner of Custom Painted Gun Stocks was contacted after Beretta President, Cav. Ugo Gussalli Beretta saw a Beretta AL391 Urika customized for John Caffey in Clay Shooting USA Magazine.

John Ryan, the Product Marketing Manager sent the concept for their A400 shotgun that included the Italian flag colors Red, White, and Green. Also included on the stock of the shotgun was a Beretta Old Heritage Logo drawn by local artist Mike Snyder.

One of Jay Byrum’s business partners, Stony Rushing said “We really appreciate Beretta USA for the opportunity to compete for this business.”

Just last week Texas Governor Rick Perry was in Maryland encouraging firearms manufacturers to move to Texas. Not to be outdone, Jay and Stony let them know Beretta USA would like Union County, North Carolina more.

As the oldest firearms manufacturer in the World, Beretta is synonymous with quality, technology and tradition.

The US-arm of this historic company was founded in 1977 and currently employs about 300 US employees in its production facility in Accokeek, Maryland and in its warehouse in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Beretta U.S.A. Supports Small Businesses as Vendors

Beretta U.S.A. uses several small businesses as vendors for the production for component parts for products and for providing services to the company. It is Beretta U.S.A. Corp.’s policy, when subcontractors are needed, to solicit and consider small businesses for that purpose. Although the selection of any particular vendor depends on a number of factors, including prior performance history, understanding by the potential vendor of the work to be provided, the qualifications of the company, the price charged, and various logistical considerations, Beretta U.S.A. Corp.’s policy is to both solicit and encourage small businesses to have the opportunity to compete for such subcontracts.

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