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EUROLINKS, established as SIPR (Spécialisation Industrielle Philippe Rossi) in 1955, is skilled and expert in the manufacture of links for ammunition, exclusively.

Eurolinks is a leading manufacturer and supplier of ammunition links, and link belts used in automatic weapons such as light infantry machine guns, general purpose and heavy machine guns, mounted onto armored vehicles, and combat aircraft etc. Product range includes ammunition belts, ammunition accessories, ammunition links for airborne cannons weapons, belt links for automatic grenade launchers etc.

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The products are supplied to ammunition industries in Europe, USA, South America, Africa, Middle East, Asia or Australia. Having mastered the manufacturing processes with modern and efficient production technologies, Eurolinks is the most trusted supplier of ammunition links worldwide, manufactured per custom requirements of global clients. Eurolinks’ primary focus is on producing high-performance functional products for defence industry and to deploy a Service and customer oriented performance.

Eurolinks has had the rare experience of collaborating with manufacturers, designers of ammunition and weapon systems in France, Germany / Switzerland, and the US and has also been recognized / qualified by official bodies such as NATO and US Army.

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Future Warfare Technologies and Technologies used in World War I and II

Mutual Defense Alliances, Militarism, Imperialism and many other reasons were accounted for the root cause of the death spree of more than 9 million combatants and 7 million civilians in the World War I and more than 60 million people in the World War II but the...

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