BUILT AMERICAN TOUGH

OVER 50 YEARS OF PRECISION MANUFACTURING

INNOVATION.

TECHNOLOGY.

PASSION.

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STEEL TOUGH

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FUELED BY EXPERIENCE. DRIVEN BY PASSION.

 

 

DESIGNED TO HUNT

Driven by passion, a group of dedicated archers – Lou, Matt and Nate Grace – who love bowhunting started thinking of products to introduce to the industry that addressed REAL problems that hunters face. G5’s approach to product development is taking the most difficult problems no one else wants to tackle, and improving them. So they set out to create a one-piece steel broadhead that was accurate, precise, and more successful than the other guys. G5 Outdoors is located in Memphis, Michigan – in the heartbeat of American Manufacturing and just 50 miles north of Detroit. We have a long history with precision manufacturing, and a lifelong passion for the outdoors. G5 designs, manufactures, and assembles all our products right here in Memphis.

1966

Leo & Margaret Grace formed Grace Engineering. Leo was a master problem solver who asked to see the most difficult parts a company was trying to make and found the solution to their problems.
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1973

Grace Engineering saw rapid growth after finding a way to perfect push rods for impact printers. Margaret would make bologna sandwiches every Thursday for employee’s lunches and by this time, she was making almost 300 sandwiches a week! Leo strongly believed in supporting his workers, and even hired mechanics to work on employee’s cars during their shifts so they could safely make it to work.
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1977

Arkansas facility, Grace Engineering South, opened. Specialized in chemical etching. Microplane for culinary industry, which launched in the early 90s
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1987

Louis Grace and his brothers decided to keep Grace Engineering and Grace Engineering South separate entities. The Arkansas location became Grace Manufacturing.
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1990s

Brothers Matt and Nate Grace began working at Grace Engineering learning the ins and outs of the family business - running machines,
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1997

Matt and Nate began working on archery product ideas and sketching out a product line. Nate was sketching one-piece broadheads to go through an animal’s shoulder with the intention of using MIM (Metal Injection Molding or Monoflow) technology to produce an all-steel broadhead.
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2000

Lou Grace applied for a patent on an all-steel one-piece broadhead, B52. Lou, Matt, and Nate attended their first ATA (Archery Trade Association). Cabela’s was the first visitor to the booth and wanted to put G5’s broadhead in their catalog.
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2001-02

Montec debuted
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”2003″

”Tekan
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2007

Striker
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