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Bumar Żołnierz
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The companies making up the Bumar Żołnierz group:
August 29, 2012   
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Fabryka Broni Łucznik - Radom Sp. z o.o.
Incorporated on July 14, 2000, the company is the successor to an arms factory that was established in Radom, a city in central Poland, 75 years earlier. Łucznik Radom is a small arms maker and supplier for the Polish armed forces, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration, Ministry of Justice, and the Ministry of Finance. It also targets customers abroad and civilian markets.
Key products:
- rifles and carbines;
- submachine guns;
- semi-automatic pistols;
- sporting carbines;

Przedsiębiorstwo Sprzętu Ochronnego Maskpol S.A.
PSO Maskpol S.A. is a renowned and dynamically developing producer of equipment for protection against weapons of mass destruction and toxic industrial substances. It also manufactures protective clothing and equipment destined for the military and police, security services and industrial enterprises.
Key products:
- combat and police helmets;
- bulletproof vests;
- protective filtrating garments (gunner flight suits and infantry soldier suits).

Zakłady Mechaniczne Tarnów S.A.
The company was established in 1917. Initially it repaired railway stock. In the 1950s, the company began to produce armaments under Russian licenses. In 2003, ZM Tarnów became a member of the Bumar corporation and in 2009 a member of the Bumar Żołnierz group. The company specializes in the production of small- and medium-caliber arms, 23 mm anti-aircraft guns and missile systems, Remote Controlled Weapons Stations, and TR-23-2 simulators for the 23 mm ZUR-23-2KG-I missile system. ZM Tarnów’s products include armaments manufactured according to both NATO and Russian standards.

On July 2, 2012, ZM Tarnów took over O¶rodek Badawczo-Rozwojowy Sprzętu Mechanicznego Sp. z o.o. (OBRSM), a research and development center for mechanical equipment in Tarnów. The merger is expected to boost the dynamics and effectiveness of trading activities and reduce the costs of research and development. The expertise of the two companies has been combined to enable the development of a new range of armament products and industrial services.
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