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Gun Industry Begins to Fight Back

Magna Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 7:13 AM
Now if only Glock would follow this same precedent that Olympia has along with some other major manufacturers -I believe we could quell this minor uprising and put the clown back in the box . And ammunition manufacturers need to allocate some inventory for the civilian population as the Government -DHS has requisitioned over 1.6 Billion Bullets enough supply to last them 4 years as they put it -and they have no reason why for so much ammo -probably to keep out of civilian hands as they have some of the most common and none to be had -what better way than that ?
Paul237 Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 10:06 AM
They have considerably more than what they are saying, the government has somewhere north of 3 billion rounds of ammunition at this time.
gwharpo Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 1:40 PM
One well placed round will shut down a gestapo agent and his "illegal" 50 round magazine.
rwright Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 2:46 PM
Who is this gestapo agent? A fellow American?

Firearms manufacturers usually find themselves playing defense. Following virtually every highly publicized incident involving a multiple shooting, manufactures often are among the first round of scapegoats flogged by the mainstream media and gun-control politicians. Indeed, were it not for the 2005 law that protects gun manufactures from frivolous lawsuits by victims of gun crimes, many would be out of business.

Thankfully, at least some firearms manufacturers now are going on the offensive; returning fire in New York’s escalating war against Second Amendment rights in the Empire State.

In a post on its Facebook page, for example, Olympic Arms, Inc., a...