RUAG Ammotec, established in 1863, produce high precision ammunition for the military and law enforcement industries. The most advanced processes are applied at the enterprise's operations in Switzerland, Germany, USA, Sweden and Hungary.
Our goal is to produce high-precision ammunition with the best performance. Our product range includes:
Our main customers are international armed and Special Forces, including Nato forces, Swiss and German armed forces and other customers around the world. One of our specialities is the development and production of lead-free ammunition. We have a non-toxic and lead-free solid bullet with the absolutely reliable Sintox priming technology.
This technology is, for example, applied in the 9x19 LF FMJ SXF (+P) (Lead-Free, Full Metal Jacket, SINTOX-FORENSIS, Higher Pressure) and enables forensic analysis. We are also developing lead-free bullets for rifles.
Our sniper ammunition (CAL .223 Rem, .308 Win, .300 Win. Mag, .338 Lapua Mag) fulfils all necessary requirements for Special Forces and police deployments. The worldwide known SWISS P rifle ammunition has outstanding accuracy and ballistics:
Infantry cartridges include:
9x19 / 9mm Luger ammunition include:
We also supply other 9mm ammunition, specially designed for Law Enforcement purposes.
The RUAG hand grenade offers new technology for defeating the use of modern body armour, as well as providing enhanced safety during use, storage and transport. The hand grenades are chosen by the British Armed Forces as the best performing hand grenade in the world and they are also in use by the Dutch, Swiss and other Armed Forces. Our range of fragmentation ammunitions includes:
The sub-calibre mortar training system MT 25mm, is an effective tool to save costs and to provide high-quality training in small areas. The system consists of an aluminium-alloy body and is available for mortars in caliber 60mm, 81mm and 120mm.
As a result of an improvement program, we can now offer the new training cartridge 14.5mm, with an electronically fused spotting round for artillery training systems, e.g. for a howitzer. The standard 14.5mm training cartridges with impact fuse and pyrotechnic time fuse are still available.