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National Police Ammunition Partners With Aerko International to Protect Law Enforcement Officers


Given the recent and dramatic spike in law enforcement officer fatalities ( National Police Ammunition has partnered with Aerko International to help NPA distribute the highest quality affordable police training ammunition available to members of law enforcement, the company reported on its website.

Aerko International manufactures pepper spray and other types of less lethal products, according to NPA’s website. NPA specializes in frangible ammunition, a type of ammunition that breaks apart when it hits steel targets or other hard surfaces. Frangible ammo is preferred to traditional lead ammunition because it is designed to fragment when it hits steal instead of ricocheting off hard surfaces and hitting unintended targets.

Frangible ammunition is also lead free and heavy metal free which adds to officer safety by reducing harmful exposure to contaminates.  The company hopes that by partnering with Aerko International, it can provide law enforcement personnel with the proper training tools that will promote even greater protection against injury while on duty. Aerko International’s specialty is aerosol weapons and defensive instruments. In addition to pepper spray, this company offers law enforcement tear gas devices, including grenades that emit tear gas when set off.

By partnering with NPA, Aerko hopes to get defensive instruments out to more law enforcement officers. Law enforcement personnel or other people interested in the merger between Aerko and NPA can visit both companies’ websites for more information.

For information on Aerko International, visit, and for information on NPA, visit


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