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Gun Magazine Firm To Leave CO, Refuse Sales to Police if Restrictions Pass

A Colorado manufacturer of high-capacity ammunition magazines stepped into the raging debate over gun control by throwing down an ultimatum: If state lawmakers pass a bill restricting the size of magazines, the business will move elsewhere.

Magpul Industries has firmly planted itself against state Democrats who are looking to tighten control over firearms after mass shootings at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo., and another at a Connecticut elementary school. ...

Fitzpatrick, a former Marine who founded the company in 1999, also said Magpul would stop selling gun magazines to law enforcement officials until a system could be implemented where officers must swear to uphold the U.S. Constitution -- "specifically the 2nd and 14th amendments -- as it applies to all citizens."

Source: Los Angeles Times. Read full article. (link)

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  • fish||

    Good on him!!

    Fucking politicians!

  • ||

    Gunhuggers are blowhards, and this gunhugging former Marine in Colorado knows only too well that grandstanding will be good for sales.

  • 21044||

    Good for sales, but nothing like the salesmanship of Obama and his ilk. Obama has been the best thing that happened to AR sales since the 94 ban.

  • XZenTigerX||

    WOW now that is putting your money where your mouth is. Lord protect our wise brothers at MagPul

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