(PRWEB) January 21, 2005
Armotech is undertaking the monumental task to move the entire production and manufacturing process into the company's factory. Currently, Armotech produces the Zeus pistol line in-house and well as several new models. With this change Armotech will be better able to control the quality, production, delivery, and development of new models and accessories.
As is common with many manufacturers, Armotech sub-contracted with several companies to produce many of the components of the Armotech and Warsensor line. Although cost effective, this arrangement did not allow enough control over the quality and production schedules as required. Today, Armotech announced the company is retooling its factory to produce all of the armotech products in-house. Armotech selected this time of year as there is historically a window of reduced production required immediately after the Christmas season and before paintball in North America, Armotech's largest market, kicks into full swing again. This retooling is expected to be completed and the factory in full production by March 2005.
Long known for the rugged and extremely accurate markers such as the WG-65 and WS-66( modeled after the US Army M-4 weapons system) Armotech has announced a completely new lineup for the coming season.
The flagship WG-65 model will incorporate the improvements found in the WS-66 as well as have several new changes and improvements making it even a more formidable paintball marker and moving it even closer to the appearance of the M-4.
The Armotech WG-75, modeled after the H&K MP-5, and one of the most often chosen weapon systems by Special Operations and Anti-Terrorism teams worldwide, will be produced with all the accessories to allow multiple configurations.
The newest model to be released is the WG-47. The WG-47 is modeled around Mikhail Kalashnikov's AK-47. The AK-47 is one of the most widely used and recognized weapon systems in the world today. Once again Armotech will release this model in several configurations. Armotech's WG-47 is slated to be released in March 2005.
Not to leave the side arm player out of the limelight, the Zeus G-1 and G-2 pistols will continue to be produced under the Warsensor brand.
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