Beretta Holdings S.A. acquired the company earlier this year through its purchase of Swiss ammunition maker Ruag Ammotec.
“With this expansion and focus on the Norma ammunition brand, we will continue to grow while better serving our customers and industry partners in the United States and abroad,” Beretta President and CEO Pietro Gussalli Beretta said in the release.
Georgia is currently home to operations from several big-name firearms manufacturers, including Glock, Remington and Daniel Defense.
During a hearing Thursday before a state Senate committee, Anna Chafin, chief executive officer of the Bryan County Development Authority, said an incentive package was offered to Norma Precision that included property tax breaks. But she did not disclose an estimated value. Chafin said the state competed with South Carolina for the project.
-Staff writer Zachary Hansen contributed to this report.