By Drew Bryant January 5th, 2023, theloadoutblog.com
Laugo Arms is known for designing the Scorpion SMG and then selling it to CZ. Back in 2018, the company made a splash with the Alien pistol on the European market. The Alien pistol is an amalgamation of different design ideas put into one pistol. The Alien features a gas piston delayed blowback system, and a non-reciprocating modular top rail cover, with a fixed barrel. At Shot Show 2020, Laugo Arms announced that they were working on bringing the Alien to the U.S., Lancer Systems has been the strategic partner with Laugo’s. Lance handled the importation, sale, and service of the Alien pistol. Now, that relationship is about to drastically change. Lancer Systems issued a press release detailing that Laugo Arms is set to officially open its own U.S. operations, and take over Alien support from Lancer in the U.S. market.
Below, is the press release from Lancer Systems on Laugo Arms’ entrance into the U.S. market and their end of support for the Alien pistol.
LAUGO ARMS ANNOUNCES U.S. OPERATION
January 1, 2023
Laugo Arms Czechoslovakia announced today the opening of a new U.S. based operation, Laugo Arms USA. Effective January 15, 2023, Laugo Arms USA will assume all sales, marketing, customer service, distribution and warranty repair services for the Laugo Arms Alien pistol, in the United States.
“With significant investment in production capacity enhancements now coming online, we’re very pleased to announce the opening of our new U.S. business, Laugo Arms USA,” said Daniel Selichar, CEO of Laugo Arms Czechoslovakia. “We believe that these investments in plant, personnel, and equipment will allow us to effectively meet the growing demand for the Laugo Alien, in all of our key markets.” Selichar continued,
“We would like to thank Lancer Systems for recognizing the Alien’s potential, and for their fantastic efforts in building a solid distribution base from which we will continue to service our loyal customers and grow our business in the United States.”
Introduced to the U.S. market in 2020 by the exclusive distributor, Lancer Systems, the Laugo Arms Alien has quickly become recognized for its unique design, technological advancement and blistering performance. Allon Bloch, CEO of Lancer Systems remarked, “We are thrilled to have played a role in bringing the first true advancement in semi-automatic pistol technology in decades, to the U.S. market. We wish the Laugo team and all the early adopters of this amazing pistol continued success.”
Effective January 15, 2023, all current and future Laugo Alien customers should contact Laugo Arms USA by visiting www.laugoarmsusa.com. Those interested in the immediate purchase of a Laugo Arms Alien are encouraged to contact Lancer Systems. Lancer Systems will continue to provide world-class sales, service and customer support, along with unique opportunities to purchase an Alien from remaining inventory, until the January 15, 2023 transition. For more information on Laugo Arms USA, please visit www.laugoarmsusa.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When visiting Laugo’s official U.S. website there is a “coming soon” message. The message states, “Laugo Arms’ new U.S. operation – Laugo Arms USA – will be launching shortly. Please visit us at SHOT Show 2023 in Caesars Forum (Booth 70143) where we will be debuting something very exciting.”
So, more will be revealed of Laugo Arms’ future here in the U.S. at Shot Show 2023. Standby for Shot Show coverage for more.
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