View Full Version : Gun manufactures - fight back!

02-16-2013, 06:25 PM
I think companies that manufacture weapons, ammo, and gun parts should boycott the state governments to include police and first responders that are trying to destroy them to include the federal government. They should move their operations to gun friendly States. With the upheaval in the firearms market and most companies with back orders that will keep them running for a year. They should look at where their products go - and sell to the States and individuals that support the Second Amendment. We need to support them. Fight back! What do you think?

03-01-2013, 08:20 AM
Wilson Combat of custom 1911 and AR fame has added it's name to the growing list of gun makers that will not sell to anyone in states that restrict legal gun owners in that state - to include police.

Nick Randall
03-01-2013, 08:39 AM
I don't think police agencies need have any fear of not being able to obtain necessary weaponry. Somebody already has, or will, step up to the plate.

03-01-2013, 08:50 AM
Frankly, I'm not sure how I feel about this policy. So, what this means is that Wilson won't sell to the Colorado Sherriffs, who have publically pledged to support the Second Amendment despite what the legislature does, simply because they are in Colorado. I think Armalite, for all that people gave them a ration of crap, actually have a more well thought out policy. They won't sell to agencies that support, enact, or enforce restrictive legislation, but they will sell to individual officers and to agencies that oppose such legislation. I can tell you, punishing the individual officers for the actions of the legislature won't get us anywhere. Punishing the group for the actions of the few will only work if you allow blanket parties.

Base Bleed
03-01-2013, 06:32 PM
When I see cops in those states publicly refuse to enforce those laws, I'll buy that line. Until then, they are assumed to be no different than their bosses.

Blue flu hits when pay policies change. A work stoppage dealing with basic human rights seems far more appropriate. Police will ultimately eat the weak if their supervisors demand it. So, staying far away from those states is current SOP.

God & Tribe

William Carter
03-01-2013, 08:00 PM
Since it specifies states and state govt., i take that to exempt city/county. May be just a choice of words, but I still think it sends a great message, from big busniesses. Finally people in govt. (some anyway) are seeing that the gun and related busniess, is huge. With the economy the way it is, what state wants to lose commerce, and jobs, as well as the taxes they lust for so feverishly. IMO, this hows that "gun people" are not a bunch of nazi lunitics forming miitias. There are compititions, like the nationally renouned camp perry, as well as too many others to name.

The gun industry is BIG busniess/big money/big influince/big jobs. That flies in the face of BIG govt. that wants to bury them, after they just won an election, saying, we need more jobs/taxes ect. They can't have it both ways. We are here, we are tough, and we are staying. Get over it!!!!

03-02-2013, 08:23 AM
The Left do not care about how many jobs and money they will lose. They hate guns and despite further ruining of their local economy, they will prefer that to allowing guns.