History of Aguila Ammo
Established in 1961 by Industrias Tecnos, Aguila Ammunition manufactures firearms cartridges in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. They develop ammo for self-defense, sport shooting, hunting, law enforcement and military use, and have become one of the largest rimfire manufacturers in the world.
Known for reliability and performance, Aguila takes pride in their extensive process for sourcing raw materials – guaranteeing that when only choice materials enter the factory, only choice products leave it. In 2011, they partnered with Texas Armament & Technology for a facility-wide modernization and optimization project, with the goal of redefining ammo production and reliability.
Their notable products include the .22 SSS (Sniper SubSonic), a heavy .22 LR cartridge that creates no sonic crack. The .22 Colibri is a short .22 rimfire with a primer, but no propellant. The .17 PMC/Aguila is a necked-down .22 LR casing that can be shot in a rifle chambered for .17 HM2. And the 12 Gauge Minishell is ideal for competition clay shooting, with less recoil and a quiet report.
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- John said:
"I ordered two calibers of ammo for handguns, .25 auto and .32 auto. Both arrived within a few days of ordering. I have fired some of the .25 auto on the target range. It performed flawlessly. The .32 auto is the same type ammo and same manufacturer. I expect it will perform as well."