About Doomsday Industries

Eric Rosas, CEO

Eric Rosas is a United States Navy Veteran served in 2 combat tours Operation Enduring Freedom & Operation Iraqi . After leaving the military, Mr Rosas served as a Claims Representative for Social Security Administration before starting a Mobile Technology company EmpireAppDesignz. Mr Rosas also served as CEO of the New Hyre Inc, before breaking off to form the endeavor that would become Doomsday Industries Inc.

Eric Rosas, CEO

Eric Rosas is a United States Navy Veteran served in 2 combat tours Operation Enduring Freedom & Operation Iraqi.

After leaving the military, Mr Rosas served as a Claims Representative for Social Security Administration before starting a Mobile Technology company EmpireAppDesignz.

Mr Rosas also served as CEO of the New Hyre Inc, before breaking off to form the endeavor that would become Doomsday Industries Inc.

Doomsday Industries Inc

Doomsday Industries started in 2013, started as a hobby when Eric Rosas Purchased a Smith & Wesson M&P15-22, after going to the firing range on the weekends Mr. Rosas was getting frustrated with the time it took to load multiple 25rd magazines and issues with using the stock charge handle when switching from right hand to left hand.
So he developed his own High Capacity (50rd) magazine for the platform during this time no other company out there provided much options for the 15-22 platform. Do to the High costs of injection molds at the time, he never pursued further development of the High Cap Magazine.
However, Mr. Rosas developed an Ambidextrous Charging Handle for the M&P 15-22. Fast forward to 2017, Mr. Rosas purchased the Smith & Wesson 9mm and 40 Shield in which he quickly saw not many options were provided for Shield owners, so he decided to develop new accessories for the platform.
Along with developing New products for Shield owners, Mr. Rosas is also developing cutting edge weaponry that he plans on releasing in 2018.

Vision Statement

DEVELOPING HIGH QUALITY CUTTING EDGE WEAPONRY & ACCESSORIES