Dan is co-owner and founder of AmmoSquared. He is an avid shooter and a student of multiple firearms courses. For the curious, his carry gun is a Sig Sauer P365XL.
FAQ - "Banking" Ammo
Over that past few months we've been in the process of pivoting our service away from an ammunition subscription service and toward and ammo "banking" service. Understandably, we've had a few questions from customers and prospective customers... Q1: Are you FDIC insured? No. Since we're not a financial institution, we're
This week we launched some new enhancements and text changes that seem to have caused a few people have lightbulb moments like this one: "I finally understand what you guys are trying to do!" Nice! Here's what lead to that... Ammunition Assets On Wednesday, we rolled out more site enhancements
Own Your Very Own Pallet of Ammunition...
Based on some recent conversations, I've started to ponder on the idea of offering a unique opportunity: own a dedicated pallet of ammunition, stored in our warehouse, free for 1 year. Here is the question I'll pose to you followed by my thought process: What if you could purchase, for
Launching today: AMMO² COFFEE!
Unless you are a TEA DRINKING LIMEY, you probably LOVE COFFEE like we do. What’s not to love about a steaming hot cup of patriot approved freedom juice on a chilly spring morning? So, with all of the other companies launching coffee brands, we thought: “We sell ammunition, that
Our Evolution from Ammo Subscription to Ammo Bank Account
We’ve now had inquiries ranging from $5,000 to $50,000 on how someone could move their money from a traditional bank and put it into ammunition. This would have been a crazy idea only a few years ago… so how did we get here? There are two parts
Dude, Where's My DASHBOARD?
If you have been a customer for a while and recently logged into your account, you might have seen something missing… like the Overview Dashboard. In it’s place was a checklist like this instead: I recently mentioned in my Pre-Christmas Update that we changed how the home tab looks