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Trio of New Ares Armor Inc. Products are Matters of Life and Death

For immediate release: June 11, 2015

Trio of New Firearms Products from Ares Armor Inc. are Matters about Life and Death

Veteran-driven Ares Armor Inc., America’s leading custom Tactical Gear and Gun Parts Company,  announces the worldwide launch of a trio of new products. The new Spectre AR15 Pistol Upper and the Ajax Complete AR-10 Rifle Kit have been brought to life for the growing “Build Your Own Gun” Market. Plus by popular demand, decks of unique Vietnam War-style “Death Cards” will be included in the rifle kit, in addition to being sold separately.

Oceanside, CA.  June 11, 2015  –  Guns save lives. Now the Ares Armor Inc. team with many former U.S. Marines, is unveiling three exciting new firearms products being brought to life. This is in line with the new leadership’s commitment to quality product innovation and customer solutions.

“Today, provides further proof we are evolving and improving as a company ,” says new Ares Armor Inc. CEO Bryce Stirlen. “The Ajax Complete AR-10 Rifle Kit proves we listen to customers. The Spectre proves we hold ourselves to higher standards. And the “Death Cards” prove we will look to deliver more affordable and accessible solutions in challenging niche markets.”

The Ajax Complete Rifle Kit is for those who want to build their own AR-10. Named for Ajax, the mighty figure in Greek mythology, this product is available to purchase in stock for the first time with Ares Armor Inc. Previously, there had been months of waiting in backorder status just to get the upper receiver. Stirlen successfully revamped the supply chain process. Now, AR-10 enthusiasts can get all of the quality, MilSpec, they want from the company they want…right now.

The Spectre AR-15 Pistol Upper is a new and much improved version of the “Obama’s Blaster” from the company’s former regime. Named in honor of the ACU-130 gun ship which provides massive firepower, it debuts as part of the new “Black Line.” The Spectre offers a brand new 11″ 1/9 5.56mm 416r Black Oxide barrel for more velocity while keeping the high level of accuracy, a superior  user configurable 12″ Harpe Rail, reduced friction, and more.

“We have improved on every aspect of this product from the previous version without raising the price for our customers,” says Ares Armor Inc. Vice-President of Manufacturing and R & D, Jon ZumMallen.

Then there’s the Vietnam War-style “Death Cards.” These are the ultimate “calling cards.” They are final messages you can leave with the bodies of ISIS members or other “enemies foreign and domestic” who pay the ultimate price for wrongly posing a life or death threat.

“The problem was these popular cards were too hard to get and way too expensive,” says Ares Armor Inc. Director of Industry Relations, Jeremy Tuma. “So we came up with a double barrel solution to make them accessible and affordable.”

About Ares Armor, Inc.

Ares Armor Inc. manufactures and sells the finest quality custom combat and tactical gear in nylon and Kydex, and gun parts with everything made in America. Its “Build a Gun” products are unserialized, unregistered, and 100% Legal.  Headquartered in Oceanside, California, the veteran-driven company proudly supports the Second Amendment in serving legal citizens, law enforcement, and military customers.

For more information, visit http://www.AresArmor.com or call (760) 650-2737.


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Founding Fathers and Father’s Day Countdown


Father’s Day 2015 is Sunday, June 21. Ares Armor Inc. is proudly presenting a Countdown to Father’s Day. Sign up and score. You will receive interesting reads and daily sales on special items Dad may want to buy for himself…or better yet, receive as a gift (hint hint). The Mac Daddy in all of this is the launching of a complete Build a Rifle Kit giveaway.


Photo: Jeremy Tuma – Director of Industry Relations, Ares Armor Inc.

A number of dads play key roles on the Ares Armor Inc. team. Some of them are staff members. Others past and present are the inspiration and motivation behind our people. One example of both is CEO Bryce Stirlen. As a father of young children, he took over the company months ago with a pledge to his own father to truly make a positive difference in the lives of others.

A Father’s Day holiday has been making a difference in the United States since it was first celebrated in 1910. The idea was inspired by the birth of Mother’s Day, as well as a ceremony remembering many fathers killed in a West Virginia mining accident in 1907.

Sonora Smart Dodd is credited for being the unofficial mother of the establishment of Father’s Day in the U.S. Her dad raised six children all by himself following the death of their mother. It was a highly unusual endeavor for a man at the time.

Founding Fathers


Personally, most of us have fathers and father figures whom we honor proudly and with great affection for their love and life contributions. However collectively speaking, no Father’s Day celebration, and certainly no “right of the people to keep and bear Arms” in modern America would be in existence without the courageous efforts of the Founding Fathers of this great nation.

So, after one of the U.S Marines on the Ares Armor Inc. team suggested the idea of including our Founding Fathers in a Father’s Day Countdown tribute, we will be pulling the trigger on salutes to these real-life American Heroes every day until Father’s Day 2015.

We invite you to join us in this fitting Father’s Day Countdown. And, if you are blessed with the opportunity…to share it with your dads, father figures, and children.

Meantime, check out the new Founding Father Patch.






Guns Do Good for the Martinez Family


Here’s a “heartfelt gun story.” Yeah, we know. Heartfelt and guns don’t go together well with a lot of folks. Too often, the term “gunsense” is used in the absence of common sense. Too often, loud voices shout out all guns are bad, and all gun owners are too.

Not so fast, Larry and Linda Liberal.

There’s a world of difference between good people with guns, and bad people with guns. It’s a gap as wide as anti-gunners, and those who fully comprehend the U.S. Constitution and their right to bear arms.

The fear anti-gunners have creates a blind spot. They fail to see the countless good, law-abiding people who want to protect themselves, their loved ones, their property, and their rights. The fact is many gun owners are good people, with good intentions, and yes…even good hearts.

Here’s the story of the Martinez family, and how good people with guns, good intentions, and good hearts took aim at helping them during a time of incredible need.


Last weekend, many members of the gun-owning community in Southern California came together. They were armed for success with a fundraiser at a private shooting range near Perris, California. It was to benefit Ryan and Amy Martinez, a likable twenty-something married couple, and their two adorable children, ages 3 and 1.

Here’s why.

Amy, the loving wife and mother, recently developed a painful kidney stone. She went to a hospital, where she was given medications, and then sent home to pass the stone.

In sheer agony, Amy Martinez had her kidney stone become so deeply lodged, it blocked her body’s ability to filter toxins. She quickly became septic and slipped into a coma.

Back at the hospital, Amy Martinez awakened days later. She went from a coma to a nightmare. It was a heartbreaking and tragic discovery.

Doctors were forced to amputate both of her legs below the knee. If they didn’t, her body’s reduced blood flow was rapidly shutting down her organs in trying to fight the infection. Amy’s life was saved. But there’s more.

Currently, doctors are considering Amy’s hands to be in dire straits. They are doing everything possible to save her hands from also being amputated.

The Martinez family are customers of Ares Armor. Thus, our company and a handful of others got involved in their plight.

Jeremy Tuma and Joey Villasista are leaders on the Ares Armor Marketing Team. Yes, they know more than a thing or two about firearms, and assisting customers in their various Build a Gun Legally projects. Jeremy is a U.S. Marine. Joey, an EMT, as well as rescue and recovery diver. Safe to say, these gun guys know a thing or two about helping people in need. We’re grateful for who they are. The Martinez family is, too.

As if things weren’t bad enough medically, Ryan was forced to leave his job to care for his family. To provide help and hope during this brutal transition, more than $5,000 dollars was raised at the fundraising shooting event targeting the Martinez family.

As the cash was handed to Ryan Martinez, he said, “Before today, I didn’t know many of you. But now you are all family. This shows what the gun industry is about, and how people truly care and will come together to help someone they don’t even know, just out of the goodness of their hearts. I truly thank God for each and every one of you. Thank you.”


If you can say prayers for the Martinez family, please do. If you have the means and desire to open your hearts and wallets to support them, an account has been established for them.

Thank you for taking the time to read this story about good people with good hearts, good intentions, and yes…with guns.

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