On our website, we would like to use the services of third-party providers who help us improve our promotional offerings (marketing), evaluate the use of our website (performance) and adapt the website to your preferences (functionality). We need your consent for the use of these services; you can always revoke this consent. You can find information about the services and the chance to reject them under “User-defined.”You can find additional information in our Data Protection Policy.
The new series 5, is a pure competition cartridge distinguished by its antimony content of 5%. Decades of Lambro tradition and expertise in one shell.
LAMBRO is a leading ammunition brand in Southeastern Europe which belongs to S. NAFPLIOTIS S.A, a company founded in 1972 with long tradition and expertise in the hunting industry. Lambro ammunition offers a wide variety of shotgun cartridges in different calibers and types, exported all around the world.
How can an ammunition producer be different in a world where components machinery and manpower are accessible to everyone?
"This concern is the source of our creativity, the driving force of our inspiration and success. In Lambro we believe that materials would be nothing without human skill, expertise and continuous improvement. Successful products are recognized more by their overall performance and less for their low price.
This is why in Lambro we care about the tiniest detail. Our strict quality control system is intolerant to imperfections and scans even the smallest deviation, an attitude that mass production orientated companies cannot adopt. In addition, a well trained, experienced and coherent team handles top class components, modern machinery, quality control procedures and other resources, all incorporated in a way where compromise does not fit.
Today Lambro is not only a high performance brand, but a forty year old organization with long experience, modern vision and fresh ideas. It is a global family that unites passionate hunters and shooters of different cultures and traditions".