Investigations of composite materials based on EN AW-Al Cu4Mg1(A) aluminum alloy reinforced with the Ti(C,N) particles with various weight ratios of 5, 10, and 15% are presented. Powders of the starting materials were mixed in the laboratory vibratory ball mill to acquire the uniform distribution of reinforcement particles in the matrix material. The components were initially compacted at cold state in a die with the diameter of ∅ 26 mm in the laboratory vertical unidirectional press – with a capacity of 350 kN. The obtained P/M compacts were heated to a temperature of 480÷500°C and finally extruded – with the extrusion pressure of 500 kN. Bars with a diameter of 8 mm were obtained as the end product. Based on the microstructural examinations of the obtained composite materials, the uniform distribution of the reinforcing particles in the aluminum matrix was revealed. Hardness tests, tensile tests and the ultimate compressive strength tests made it possible demonstrate that all these properties change along with the reinforcing particles concentration change.