Winchester Ammunition has been awarded in three out of four categories on a recent Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) 9 mm ammunition contract. This annually renewable, five-year contract granted awards to Winchester in the following categories: FBI’s Duty/Service (Micro), Training (Reduced Lead) and Frangible.
Here are more details on the three categories of ammo:
- Duty/Service (Micro) – Winchester 147-grain Bonded Encapsulated +P; Maximum NTE (not to exceed) Threshold: $10 million
- Training (Reduced Lead) – Winchester 147-grain EFMJ; Maximum NTE Threshold: $4 million
- Frangible – Winchester 90-grain Frangible Lead Free +P; Maximum NTE Threshold: $2 million
The awards were made based on a competitive, three-factor evaluation including technical merit, past performance and price proposals.
As the world’s largest small caliber ammunition enterprise, Winchester has supported America’s military, federal government and law enforcement for more than a century. It is an honor to carry on this legacy and continue to serve the brave men and women of the FBI via this award.
Learn more at winchester.com.
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