Magpul

Colorado – There’s More At The Door – The Exit Door, That Is

by Mike April 2, 2013

Not only is Magpul leaving Colorado, not only are sportsmen staying away, but now HiViz Shooting Systems have announced that they’ll be leaving as soon as practicable, because, as CEO Phillip Howe said: “Colorado is a beautiful state with great people, but we cannot in clear conscience support with our taxes a state that has […]

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The Pushback Against Anti-Gun Legislation Continues

by Mike March 29, 2013

First, There’s the growing list of companies which won’t sell to state government or law enforcement, anything that the state’s citizens can’t legally buy. In that vein, meet Serbu Firearms, maker of bolt-action and semi-automatic .50 caliber sniper rifles, who have stated that they will not be selling their arms to the New York Police […]

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So what is NH doing to lure these now “orphaned” 2nd Amendment Companies?

by Skip March 26, 2013

You know, we have SigSauer based here in NH.  Sturm Ruger, too, Heckler & Koch as well.  Well known manufacturers – a solid knowledge base and familiarity with firearms manufacturing.  I have been wondering, with Democrat onslaught in various States of restricting the civilian populations’ access to and use of small arms they deem “scary” […]

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Magpul Will Be Leaving Colorado… Immediately. [Updated]

by Steve MacDonald March 20, 2013

Today, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed a number of gun control bills into law. Magazine manufacturer Magpul warned the politicians that if they passed these laws they would have to leave and take their jobs and commerce (and taxes oh-my!) with them.  Magpul will be leaving pronto. We have said all along that based on the legal […]

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Colorado Ammo Mag Company says “You Pass that Bill and We’re Gone.”

by Steve MacDonald February 18, 2013

News from the world of ‘How bad did you really want that‘ and “reap what you sow“…(Michelle Malkin.com) On Friday, liberal lawmakers in the Colorado state House passed legislation requiring background checks on private gun sales and placing limits on ammo magazines. A final vote may come today before the bills move on to the […]

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