CBC Global Ammunition acquired SinterFire, which CBC said “is a pioneering name in lead-free bullet technology” and that the alliance “enhances its position as a global provider of ammunition solutions.”

CBC said in a release that SinterFire, a manufacturer of frangible and lead-free bullets, reflects CBC’s strategic vision to “consistently deliver safer, more efficient and environmentally responsible ammunition solutions to clients worldwide.”

Commenting on the acquisition, Fabio Mazzaro, CEO of CBC Brazil, remarked, “We are thrilled to welcome SinterFire into the CBC family. This acquisition not only strengthens our product portfolio but also allows us to accelerate the development of innovative, eco-friendly ammunition solutions. By combining our resources and expertise, we are poised to make significant strides in shaping the future of ammunition technology.”

SinterFire’s track record of engineering lead-free bullets that enhance shooting experiences while prioritizing safety is widely acknowledged by industry experts. This partnership with CBC Global Ammunition will provide a platform to amplify SinterFire’s innovations on a global scale.

Brandon Graves, CEO of SinterFire, said, “We are excited about this new chapter with CBC. Our shared dedication to pushing the boundaries of ammunition technology will undoubtedly lead to remarkable advancements. Together, we will drive the industry forward while ensuring the highest standards of quality and sustainability.”

Headquartered in Kersey, PA, SinterFire will continue to operate independently.