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Rumor Mill Update: Rumor Debunked: Advanced Armament Corp. (AAC) NOT acquired by Freedom Group/Cerberus

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By David Crane

defrev (at) gmail (dot) com

Originally Published on 8/25/09
Pulled on 8/26/09
Reinstituted on 10/06/09

[BREAKING NEWS! Please read this latest article published on 10/06/09: Remington Acquires AAC (Advanced Armament Corp.): Freedom Group/Cerberus Goes Silenced/Suppressed]

DefenseReview managed to reach Advanced Armament Corp. (AAC) owner Kevin Brittingham by phone today, and we were able to confirm that Freedom Group/Cerberus has NOT acquired AAC. So, the rumor that’s been floating around out there about it is untrue.

Rumor debunked. Makes you wonder who put that rumor out there and why. If anyone’s got any info on it, we’d like to find out.

Editor’s Note: AAC makes great products, so it wouldn’t surprise us in the least if a larger company indeed wanted to acquire them. AAC’s stuff is solid.

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Remington Acquires AAC (Advanced Armament Corp.): Freedom Group/Cerberus Goes Silenced/Suppressed

Rumor Mill: Did Freedom Group/Cerberus just acquire silencer/sound suppressor company Advanced Armament Corp. (AAC) for $40 million?

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About David Crane

David Crane started publishing online in 2001. Since that time, governments, military organizations, Special Operators (i.e. professional trigger pullers), agencies, and civilian tactical shooters the world over have come to depend on Defense Review as the authoritative source of news and information on "the latest and greatest" in the field of military defense and tactical technology and hardware, including tactical firearms, ammunition, equipment, gear, and training.

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