In 1895, Norma Projektilfabrik A/S was established in Oslo, Norway by the Enger brothers. The Swedish shooting movement requested Norma Projektilfabrik A/S to set up a firm in Sweden as they are in dire need of a supplier. Sensing a large business opportunity, the Enger brothers granted its request, headed to Sweden, and immediately set up a business in Amotfors in the year 1902.
the focus of Norma’s business was on the production of military and rifles
ammunition. However, when hunting equipment started gaining popularity, Norma
decided to join the bandwagon and started producing new products and
ammunitions for hunting to cater to the demand of the international market.
Some of the most famous hunting cartridges of Norma are the Alaska, Vulkan, and
Oryx. The Alaska which dates back to 1940 is used for medium-size game. The
Vulkan which was introduced to the market in 1980 is targeted for deer hunters.
On the other hand, the cannelured Oryx is a bonded-core bullet which has
impressive performance. Norma takes important consideration of the experience
of shooters and hunters in manufacturing its ammunition.
Nils Kvale played a huge role in the success of Norma, especially in tapping his colleagues in the United States to make the company known as one of the most famous manufacturers of world-class rifle ammunition.
Today, Norma boasts of producing up to 30 million rounds of ammunition in more than a hundred different calibres. This placed the company to be regarded as one of the firms which produce the widest ranges of ammunition.
Some of the most famous products developed and created by Norma are the .308 Norma Magnum, and .358 Norma Magnum.
What sets Norma apart from other manufacturers of ammunition is its experience in the field. Norma is estimated to be more than 100 years old and the company definitely has more than a century edge experience when it comes to manufacturing ammunition.
People may visit the company’s website at http://www.norma.cc to know more about the company and its products.
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