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Richard Turner has been named CEO of Umarex USA Inc. in Fort Smith.

Umarex USA Names Richard Turner CEO

Umarex USA Inc. in Fort Smith names Richard Turner as its new president and CEO. read more >
Adam Blalock, CEO of Umarex/Walther, holds one of his company’s high-powered air rifles at its corporate headquarters in Fort Smith.
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Walther Arms Moves to Fort Smith, Plans $7 Million Expansion with Umarex USA

Walther Arms Inc. says its US operations will locate to Chaffee Crossing in Fort Smith, sharing a campus and business resources with Umarex USA, which will expand its manufacturing operations to include components of both airguns and firearms. read more >