Dillon Aero

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Dillon Aero, Inc. is an armament manufacturer located in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA.


Dillon Aero manufactures the Air Force GAU-2B/A (Army M134) 7.62×51mm minigun, which is used primarily by 160th SOAR. The company completely redesigned the weapon and significantly improved its reliability while reducing its weight.[1]


Dillon Aero is owned by Mike Dillon, owner of Dillon Precision, a manufacturer of reloading presses and other reloading equipment.


  1. ^ Gourley, Scott W. (30 May 2013). "The Evolution of the M134D Minigun". Defensemedianetwork.com. Retrieved February 5, 2015.

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