They've flooded the masses with American made firearms, but where did the passion and story of Palmetto State Armory begin?
Palmetto State Armory just keeps growing, and growing, and growing. The Columbia, South Carolina company just seems to be popping up more and more every time you look around.
Their website alone is loaded with awesome products, both created by their experts and manufactured outside the company. It's a great online shop for gun enthusiast, especially the millions of gun owners who already own one of their complete rifles, or at least have a home build with some of their parts.
I can speak to just how great the PSA products are, but I feel so strongly about them that you're eventually going to get tired of it. Instead, it might be more worthwhile to give the perspective of someone on the inside.
I got the chance to talk with Jamin Mccallum, the founder of Palmetto State Armory, at the NRA Show last year, and loved hearing him talk. He said that at Palmetto State, they could sell their guns at a higher price range, but at some point in their lives, there will be a good chance AR rifle ownership will be threatened. So why not make these guns affordable and get them into as many hands as possible now?
That logic has stuck with me since that conversation, and I think it is a great way of thinking. It's also an awesome way to set your goals as gun company. Take one to the gun range, and you might never view a sporting goods or gun store the same again.
But where did this passion begin for Palmetto State Armory? This will help:
As I mentioned, PalmettoStateArmory.com has a wide variety of firearms, firearm parts, and firearm accessories. Truly a one stop shop for anything you might need, at amazing and affordable prices to boot. They even hold regular promotions and Daily Deals that are always great when the timing's right.
The PSA AR-15 and AR-10 style platforms are their biggest draw, but that doesn't mean other products don't shine. The 1911, AK-47, and plenty more are all made in America from start to finish with great pride, and the overall rifle kit selection is impressive. Put together an AR-15 lower receiver and upper receiver, add the custom accessories you wish, and see the difference. It doesn't matter if you're a 6.5 Creedmoor guy, a 5.56 NATO fan, or someone who needs a red dot sight, a 9mm pistol, and some extra 10-round mags.
It's an awesome story of the American dream, and 100 percent proof of what they derive from passion and hard work. They're truly creating the country's Freedom Rifle.