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Remington, CCI, Speer, Federal Supporting Ukraine With One-Million Round Ammunition Donation

The NRA recently reported that several ammunition manufacturers will be aiding Ukraine. There are additional ways that you can help too. 

To provide additional support for Ukraine during the current crisis, ammunition manufacturers Remington, CCI, Speer and Federal Ammunition are collectively donating one-million rounds of ammo to the Ukraine Armed Forces.

Additionally, special T-shirts will be sold, with all profits going to aid refugees in war-torn Ukraine. The shirts will supplement the ammunition donation, as well as help spread the word regarding the need for global support of Ukraine and its citizens.

“The war in Ukraine has displaced millions of citizens and exposed average people to the horrors of war,” said Jason Vanderbrink, president of Remington, CCI, Speer and Federal Ammunition. “Supporting the relief effort is a crucial element of the global response and we are proud to do our part. It underscores how critical the Second Amendment is in America and highlights the importance of the ability of American Manufacturers to supply our allies with ammunition. We have long supported Ukrainian armed forces and we will continue to do so in this global cause to unite for democracy.”

The Ukrainian military has been a customer of Federal, CCI and Speer for years and this one-million round donation is intended to meet the call from President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for more ammunition.

Proceeds from the sale of the T-shirts sold at www.remington.com and www.federalpremium.com will go to the Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund through the Global Giving organization Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund at GlobalGiving.org.

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