Smith and Wesson buys Battenfield

Smith and Wesson Holdings Corporation (SWHC), the parent company of Smith & Wesson, has reportedly made a deal to purchase Battenfield Technologies for approximately $130 million.

Battenfield Technologies is a Columbia, Missouri-based maker of firearms accessories whose brands include Caldwell, Wheeler Engineering, Tipton Cleaning Supplies, Frankford Arsenal, Bog-Pod, Lockdown, Golden Rod Moisture Control, and Non-Typical Wildlife Solutions.

Battenfield was owned until 2012 by Larry Potterfield of MidwayUSA and his family. They sold their interest in the company to Clearview Capital and to members of the Battenfield management team.

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