Former U.S. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell’s company is now producing quality handgun and rifle ammunition.
Former U.S. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell’s (right) company is now producing quality handgun and rifle ammunition.
When U.S. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell crawled several miles to survive in the aftermath of the battle during Operation Red Wings, he embodied a motto made famous by the SEALs to never quit. Luttrell went on to write the bestselling book Lone Survivor and created a company centered around the SEAL motto — Team Never Quit (TNQ).
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Now, appropriately enough for a former SEAL, Luttrell is focused on creating ammunition. “Our mission is to provide a line of products that ensures the best possible performance and training for serious shooters,” Luttrell said.
Team Never Quit has partnered with Snake River Shooting Products (SRSP) to develop 100-percent U.S.-made, high-quality ammunition in many different chamberings, including the .380 ACP, 9mm, .38 Special, .357 SIG, .357 Mag, .40 S&W, 10mm, .45 ACP, .45 Colt, .223 Rem, 300 BLK, .308 Win, .338 Lapua Mag, as well as U.S.-made reloading brass in all pistol calibers and 300 BLK.
Recently, we tested Team Never Quit’s 9mm frangible and .40 S&W ammo at the range with Jersey Tactical. We found that the frangible ammo performed as advertised, dissipating quickly with no debris blowback, even at 3 yards. The .40 S&W ammo also performed well on steel targets. Inspecting the Glock 23 and Springfield XD used to fire this ammo afterward showed that the rounds had shot cleanly on standard and steel targets.
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“Team Never Quit expects to provide the best possible products that surpass anything on the market today, and we could not be more honored than to be working with Marcus Luttrell and his team,” said Casey Betzold, the president of SRSP. (teamneverquit.com)
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