Privacy4Patriots Applauds Gun Makers for Making Good on Threats to Leave States

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Recently, officials from at least three gun making companies threatened to leave the states in which they have been operating due to pending legislation that they believed would negatively affect their business. The moves are now starting, and Privacy4Patriots supports these companies in their efforts to sell their products without government interference.

Privacy4Patriots supports these companies in their efforts to sell their products without government interference.

According to Fox News on April 29, 2013, gun makers are going to be departing states such as Connecticut and Colorado now that stricter gun control laws have been passed and signed by the states’ governors.

Bristol, Conn.-based PTR Industries announced via Facebook that it would take its 40 jobs and $50,000 weekly payroll to an unspecified state, referring to Connecticut in its departure note as “the former Constitution State.”

Magpul Industries of Colorado, with its 200 employees and $85 million in annual taxable revenues, had stated on its Facebook page that it would have “no choice” but to leave the state if the “magazine bill” was signed, which it was in March by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper. The bill bans ammunition magazines that hold more than 15 rounds. Other gun makers in these and other states, including Beretta USA of Maryland and Colt’s Manufacturing of Connecticut, have also threatened to relocate to states that are more “gun friendly.”

Privacy4Patriots, the publisher of an upcoming report on how to protect your privacy, applauds these companies for seeking a climate where they can conduct business without governmental interference. The company believes that most pending gun control legislation will, if passed, serve only to eventually take guns out of the hands of responsible, law-abiding citizens, while criminals will still find a way to obtain them.

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