Sunday, 4 August 2013


For Immediate Release Announcement ​​​​​​ The Saber Ultra Precision Ammunitions Announces its Retail Market ​ (Las Vegas, NV – August 4th, 2013) Saber Ultra Precision Ammunition a Nevada corporation ( is pleased to announce the unveiling of new state of the art ammunition manufacturing facility. If you would like to understand the current and future retail ammunition demand; read the accompanied recent news articles, follow the links and watch the videos contained within. Once you have reviewed that content then read below and validate the Saber plan to sell out 100% of its’ Phase II retail ammunition manufacturing months before the land is developed, machines delivered or a single round of ammunition produced. Lord Neil B Gibson and LNBG team announces our lead in the retail market has been coordinating with the Instructor at Front Sight, Nevada; the largest firearms training school in the country. Front Sight alone trained over 40,000 students last quarter and has doubled their student membership every year for the past 17 years with over 100,000 lifetime members. Jon Licata (President of Retail Sales and Marketing for Saber) brings over ten years of experience in the firearms and shooting industry in the Las Vegas market. Relationships with indoor ranges, outdoor ranges, gun shops, training schools, gun enthusiasts, sportsman retailers, gun show vendors, the National Association for Gun Rights (NAGR) and even the new Mayor of North Las Vegas (responsible for developing the largest outdoor shooting range in North Las Vegas and Saber’s champion for having us in the Apex Industrial Park) gives Saber the access to vendors who can’t fill their current ammunition needs. These needs are growing month after month. Ammunition shortages are reported and growing all over the country. Saber expects to garner Letters of Intent under its Phase II program under it retail ammunition manufacturing division is estimated to top out more than 320 million rounds annually specifically for the retail market. Front Sight alone has expressed interest in Saber producing a much as 15 million private labeled rounds annually at their current student demand and in 18 months that number should swell to as much as 24 million rounds annually. That is one retailer after having just a few short conversations with Saber. Guns shops in Las Vegas alone can’t meet the current demand, are limiting sales to 1 to 3 boxes per customer per day and are still selling 1 million rounds a month. Lord Neil Gibson cites you’ve heard of the FIELD of DREAMS quote “If you build it, they will come!” Sabers quote goes a bit differently… “Better hurry up and build it, they’re already here and waiting!” Saber Ultra Precision Ammunition (SUPA) Saber Ultra Precision Ammunition (a subsidiary of LNBG, LLC) is a innovative high-volume manufacturing manufacturer with highly precise automated assembly and proprietary high speed intelligent machine inspection systems to assure meeting absolutely exact specifications, piece after piece, in high volume, cost effectively. Servicing both military and recreational standard clientele. LNBG, LLC ( ( Is a privately held US-based company that operates domestically and overseas in global markets. We create, develop, own, and manage our projects, programs, and acquisitions as well as provide contract management expertise and advisory services. LNBG straddle several synergistic business sectors that enable us to achieve superior financial results while improving the economic and natural environments as well as the safety and security of our communities. We search for opportunities with outstanding potential that encompasses energy & infrastructure, real estate, and technology investments; building competitive profitable enterprises consonant with our values. Contact: ​Saber Ultra Precision Ammunition Gary Stanco, CEO/President (702) 274-6447 Cautionary Statement Certain statements contained in this press release are forwarding statements within the meaning of the private securities litigation reform act of 1995. These statements are not guaranties of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those forecasted.

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